Harlow company kindly donates teddy bears to children at Princess Alexandra Hospital
Health / Tue 10th Dec 2019 at 04:16pm
COMPANY kindly donates teddy bears to bring a smile to children’s faces at local hospital this Christmas
A company has kindly donated more than 100 teddy bears to bring a smile to children’s faces at The Princess Alexandra Hospital this Christmas.
LocknCharge, a global mobile technology company which has offices in Harlow, gave the unused teddies from a recent promotion a new home when visiting the hospital on Thursday, 5 December.
Rod Blair, vice president and general manager of the company, (pictured, left) met with the Phoenix Ward team (pictured). He also met eight-year-old patient Freddie Whittick and his family, from Ware, Hertfordshire.
The teddies will be given out to young patients over the festive period.
Fiona Lodge, head of children’s services and nursing, said: “We are so grateful to LocknCharge for donating a selection of teddies as presents for our patients.
“The teddies will mean so much to our young patients who are in hospital over the Christmas period.”
Rod Blair, vice president and general manager of LocknCharge, added: “LocknCharge are delighted to support the amazing work carried out at The Princess Alexandra Hospital.
“We hope that these teddy bears can bring some smiles to children’s faces at this festive time.”