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Adur & Worthing Business Awards supports Love Your Hospital as its 2021 Charity Partner

14 December 2021 11:22 AM | Lauren Martin-Grieveson (Administrator)

Adur & Worthing Business Awards supports Love Your Hospital as its 2021 Charity Partner

Guests who attended the prestigious the Adur & Worthing Business Awards on Friday 12th November were invited to enter a fundraising draw during the evening to support local charity, Love Your Hospital, the dedicated NHS charity for St Richard’s, Worthing, and Southlands Hospitals. These fundraising efforts will help to support the medical teams at St Richard’s, Worthing and Southlands Hospitals who continue to provide outstanding care for local patients and their families across West Sussex and are committed to improving hospital facilities and supporting projects that fall outside of core NHS funding.

The draw raised an incredible £3,350 which will go towards vital equipment and resources. Steve Crump, Director of Charities at University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust commented “We were incredibly honoured to be asked to be the charity partner for the Worthing & Adur Business Awards 2021. Congratulations to everyone who was nominated and to those who won awards for innovation, passion, and impact. To see so many local businesses give so generously on the night was incredibly heart-warming and on behalf of the charity, Worthing Hospital and local patients and their families, we cannot thank you enough for your continued support.”

James Stoner (Business Development Director at JSPC/Vice AWBA Chairman) and Nicky Dumbleton (CSR Coordinator at ETI Ltd/ AWBA Treasurer) recently visited the charity to present a cheque to John Price, Corporate and Community Fundraiser for Love Your Hospital. James said “It was great to support a charity that provides such outstanding care to so many local families. I would like to personally thank everyone who donated so generously on the night”.