To be held on 4th November 2011 at The Marriott Hotel, in Leeds, this event is to raise awareness of some charities based in Yorkshire, Including NETS UK and a number of other Yorkshire based charities.
Online PR News – 01-September-2011 – – HSBC Bank have always been involved in charitable organisations and to raise awareness of their causes and to raise much needed funds, they have announced a charity ball to raise awareness of the following charities:
NETSuk - The Newborn and Paediatric Emergency Transport Service (NETSuk) is a Yorkshire-based charity specialising in the transport of newborn babies who are in a life-threatening condition to specialist hospitals using a helicopter, fast cars and Ambulances (registered charity number 1141749).
Martin House - Martin House Hospice cares for Children and Young People with progressive life limiting illnesses, and provide support to their families. They are based in their purpose built hospice in Boston Spa, Wetherby and care for children and young people from throughout the Yorkshire region (registered charity number 517919).
The West Yorkshire Forget Me Not Trust - The aim of the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice is to provide care and support for children with life-limiting conditions. Those children and their families will be from the Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield areas of West Yorkshire (registered charity number 1110457).
Bluebell Wood - Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice offers care and support to children and young adults with a shortened life expectancy, both in their own homes and at our hospice in Sheffield (registered charity number 1076958).
Sunshine House - Sunshine House provide invaluable support and clinical care to children 0-18, offering palliative and terminal care and support to families in the Yorkshire community Sunshine House are supported by the NHS.
Mark Wake, Deputy Regional Director, Retail Banking & Wealth Management, said, “As a Region we are privileged to be able to work alongside some of Yorkshire’s Children’s Charities. Our aim in supporting these charities is to help maximise the funds raised, and in turn, make a real difference to the local community. Being able to channel our resources and enthusiasm into our community is something that HSBC values – but on a personal note, being a father myself, I need no motivation to really get behind these charities.
With this in mind, I’d like to commend this event to you and appeal for your support, for these very worthwhile causes, whilst assuring you of a spectacular and enjoyable evening. All of our guests at the event will receive a personalised programme outlining all the support and sponsors of the event.
I thank you in advance for reading our prospectus and I hope you will be able to join us on 4th November”.
For more information visit www.netsuk.org