Ice to see Stephen helping St Clare

News / Mon 31st Mar 2014 at 04:36pm

ICE cream man Stephen Daniel has come up with a cool idea to raise money for the Hospice this summer.

If you are organising a school or village fete, family fun day, music festival, country show or even a wedding then he will donate a percentage of his takings if you book one of his Steve’s Ices van to attend your event.

The 37-year-old is a keen supporter of St Clare and will be running the London Marathon for us on Sunday, April 13 along with good friend Brian Whitnall, 40, from Harlow. Together the pair, who have had close friends and family members cared for at the Hospice, have so far raised more than £1,000.

Stephen, who lives with girlfriend Lucy, 27, in Bishop’s Stortford, said the Hospice had helped many of his friends and family over the years and he wanted to do something to “give something back for the great work you do”.

He said: “We are expecting to have a really busy summer and are hoping people will book us for their fetes and fairs so we can raise as much money as possible for the Hospice.”

To boost his fundraising efforts, Stephen has also been placing St Clare collection tins on the counters of his fleet, including his three vans that do the rounds in Harlow as well as his hotdog stall at the town’s Water Gardens and his ice cream van stationed at Brookfield Farm in Cheshunt.

“Our customers are so generous and we’ve had loads of donations just by having the tins on the vans so we know there is so much support out there for the Hospice. Please get in touch if you would like one of our vans at your event and help us raise even more for this brilliant local charity.”

To book a van, call Steve’s Ices on 01279 600330 or 07866 461151 or see www.stevesices.co.uk.

iceclareIce cream man Stephen Daniel (left) with St Clare Hospice events co-ordinator Rebekah Birch and friend Brian Whitnall

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