Northamptonshire Business Awards 2018 Charity Partner

With only 8 weeks to go until the Northamptonshire Business Awards 2018, we are very pleased to announce that we have chosen Cynthia Spencer Hospice as our charity partner for the awards.

Each year, there is an average of 359,960 new cases of cancer in the UK alone; that equates to nearly 990 each day. It’s something that impacts both the lives of patients and their families. With the help of fundraising from the local community, Cynthia Spencer Hospice offers tremendous support for patients and the families of those with various conditions including cancer, as well as motor neurone disease and other progressive conditions and has been doing so since 1972.

Ben Thomas, Managing Director of All Things Business said:

“Cynthia Spencer Hospice is a charity very close to our hearts, so we are extremely pleased to be partnering with them for the Northamptonshire Business Awards 2018. The work they do to support both patients and their families is incredible and we’re excited to see how much awareness we can raise to readers of All Things Business and the hundreds that will be at the awards.”

Chelsea Galpin, Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser at Cynthia Spencer Hospice said:

“This year we need to raise £1,060,000 which equates to £3,000 per day to continue all of the palliative care services that Cynthia Spencer Hospice currently provides in Northampton and across Northamptonshire. These include our inpatient unit, community services to enable patients to receive care in their own home, Day Hospice and family support."

"We would not be able to provide and continue to grow these services without the generous support of local companies and individuals throughout the county and are delighted that All Things Business has chosen Cynthia Spencer Hospice as charity partner for the Northamptonshire Business Awards 2018.”

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Statistics from: Cancer Research UK