St Clare Hospice make a will month is launched and corporate partnership network success
Business / Sun 8th May 2022 am31 10:59am
THE first St Clare Hospice Corporate Partnership Network (CPN) took place on Thursday 28th April at the Hunters Meet in Hatfield Heath. The partnership, launched by the local charity brings local businesses together with the aim of networking, team building and supporting St Clare Hospice to continue to provide specialist care for local people facing death, dying and loss.
Charlotte Durham, Corporate Fundraiser at St Clare said, “We are excited to officially launch our Corporate Partnership Network! It was a wonderful evening, meeting new businesses and catching up with some of our founding members. The CPN is our way of thanking and supporting local businesses, in return of their support for St Clare Hospice. It offers all types and sizes of businesses an opportunity to raise their profile, attend fun quarterly networking events whilst supporting such an important cause as St Clare. The next meeting is Friday 1st July 2022 at Redchurch Brewery in Harlow.”
Emma Robson, from Stort Valley Spirits said, “I think that everyone locally knows someone who has been helped by St Clare Hospice so when they set up the CPN, as existing supporters of the charity, joining the CPN was a natural progression. To have something like this that gives us the opportunity to network on an informal basis with other local businesses who share the same ethos as us is invaluable. Even just from the launch event we have generated a potential new business opportunity and we can’t wait to attend future events. You really can see the passion that Charlotte, Amy and the team have for ensuring that the scheme works for everyone regardless of your size of business.”
Jordan Bright, from Capture House: “It was fantastic to see so many businesses coming together to help each other. St. Clare Hospice have done an exceptional job setting it up and making it work for all sized businesses and the relaxed approach makes it much more welcoming and enjoyable. I can really see this growing and benefiting many businesses plus helping a fantastic charity in the process.”
Chris Rudge, from Ongar Dairy: “It was great to finally meet Charlotte in person. Last night was our first networking event since Covid and reminded us of how nice it is to meet with like-minded local businesses, whilst also supporting a great local hospice!”
The CPN members so far are Alloy Fabweld in Great Dunmow, Boyletts Law in Sawbridgeworth, Graham Ellis Associates in Harlow, Bright and Beautiful in Harlow, Laurelo in Ongar, Neil King in South Woodford, Stort Valley Spirits in Sawbridgeworth, Lightwood Plc in Epping, Price Bailey in Bishop’s Stortford and Magnificent Stuff in Harlow.