Grace’s Place children's hospice is launching a Business Club

Date published: 08 May 2019

Children's hospice Grace's Place is launching a business club at the Village Hotel Bury,Thursday 9 May 5pm – 7pm.

Grace’s Place, which opened in December 2017 is a children’s hospice in Radcliffe, Bury, and offers care and support services to local children from Bury, Oldham and Rochdale with life-shortening conditions and their families.

Luen Thompson, Grace’s Place chief executive, said: “Local businesses have been instrumental in helping Grace’s Place transform the children’s hospice, into the welcoming and special place that families need and deserve. Come and see what we’re all about and how your business can benefit from being part of our club.

“Now that we’re open and caring for children and families we’re focused on developing sources of sustainable income to help us deliver that support in the long term. Regular giving helps us plan ahead and be there whenever and however our families need us.

“Elwyn Jones, Principal Partner at Prestfield Wealth Management will be our guest speaker.

“This is an opportunity to network with businesses from Bury, Oldham and Rochdale and learn more about our vital work caring for children and families with life limiting illnesses in north Manchester.

“Light refreshments and gift bags will also be provided.”

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