Sue Ryder provides palliative care, supporting loved ones families and friends during difficult times.
Most people will be touched by the need for palliative care at sometime in their life, maybe for themselves, a friend or a loved one.
The people who work for Sue Ryder are unique in their passion, loyalty and care for this amazing charity.
Hannah talks to Paul about her role and how she got involved in working for Sue Ryder and what people have done to fundraise.
She also makes a pledge for future fund raising she will do and sets a challenge for you to find her next ‘gunge’- so far, she has been baked beaned, “gravy-ed” and a lot more!!
There is also news about their new fundraiser for the Eurovision Song Contest, that you can all join in with and have some fun together!
Perhaps you may be giving up something for Lent and would like to use this to raise funds for Sue Ryder?
Hannah’s team can help you with this with fundraising packs and more…
So, join in the fun and perhaps you can help her fundraising team……
Sue Ryder supports people through the most difficult times of their lives.
Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition – they’re there when it matters.
Their founder, Lady Sue Ryder, was a humanitarian who was dedicated to the relief of suffering.
Her work started in WWII, helping people displaced from their homes as a result of war.
After the war she widened the scope of her work, supporting people in need of palliative and neurological care across the UK and internationally.