Rennie Grove Hospice receives large donation from St Albans-based company

PUBLISHED: 15:00 04 October 2016

Left to right: Kate Grigg, Julian Wolf, Ineke Parrott, Rennie Grove Auxiliary nurse and Siobhan Pitkin, a member of the fundraising team at the hospice.

Left to right: Kate Grigg, Julian Wolf, Ineke Parrott, Rennie Grove Auxiliary nurse and Siobhan Pitkin, a member of the fundraising team at the hospice.

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A large donation has been given to a local charity to help people diagnosed with life-limiting illnesses.

Rennie Grove Hospice Care has received more than £7,000 from St Albans-based financial services company Synergy.

The money will be used to support the charity’s work in providing care and support for patients in Herts and Bucks.

Rennie Grove was nominated for the donation by Julian Wolf, financial controller of Synergy, who presented the cheque to Kate Grigg, the head of fundraising for Hertfordshire.

Kate said: “I would like to thank the entire team at Synergy for their support.

“This is a significant donation to Rennie Grove Hospice Care and will help us to continue our vital work.”

Ben Pears, chief executive for Synergy financial products, added: “Rennie Grove Hospice Care provides extraordinary support to people suffering from cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.

“I am delighted that we are able to support such an important local charity.”

For more information about Rennie Grove or to donate, visit: www.renniegrove.org.


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