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Thank You to our Community

As the situation with coronavirus COVID-19 continues to develop, we want to say a huge thank you for the incredible support and donations we have received from individuals, organisations and businesses in our community over the past couple of weeks. Thank you to everyone supporting us during this time. A special thank you goes to 

  • Ryan Mittleman, owner of Thirty Six Digital, who kindly donated PPE, sweets and an iPad. As well as this, Ryan recently became a Silver Peace Business Partner
  • GAMA Healthcare who donated lots of cleaning wipes
  • Bushey United Synagogue who kindly donated a lovely lunch for all staff
  • Watford FC for the lovely donation of cakes baked by the amazing The Kitchen, Croxley
  • The wonderful people at Beko who donated a new microwave, hoover, kettle and hair dryer to support us and our patients
  • Danuk who kindly got in touch and ordered us a batch of hand gels
  • Watford Lions Clubs who presented us with a cheque which will help us continue to support our patients
  • Andrew Conroy who generously donated £555 after his win on the Air Ambulance Lottery
  • Stuart Nagler and the Lord Lieutenant  of Hertfordshire Robert Voss CBE who donated laptops and iPads
  • The Scrubs Glorious Scrubs campaign who kindly made and donated sets of scrubs for our medical team
  • The Prince of Bengal restaurant who cooked and donated delicious hot food for staff at the Hospice
  • Asda, Dome Roundabout, who donated 200 masks to support our staff
  • Kelly, whose father was cared for in our Inpatient Unit, who donated hand moisturiser
  • The very kind gentleman who donated 2000 surgical masks for our Inpatient Unit team
  • One of our previous colleagues who had worked in our Inpatient Unit who donated cakes and a cheque
  • Lynn Hobbins who knitted and donated hairbands and scrubs bags for our Clinical staff
  • The kind group from our community who handmade ear protectors for us
  • Watford Colosseum who donated snacks and drinks for staff and patients
  • Our Peace Business Partners, Citizen Machinery, who donated an incredible £5,000 to support us during these challenging times.
  • Independent Funerals Direct who donated 100 visors for our Clinical staff
  • BT OnePhone and Huawei who donated a generous amount of masks and gloves
  • The Lord-Lieutenant Robert Voss CBE, our Patron, who is supporting the community with a Hospice Appeal. As part of these, received a huge delivery including snacks and drinks..
  • Rob and his wife who very kindly donated PPE to support our clinical staff
  • The Bike Shed Community Response Volunteers who delivered donated visors
  • The kind daughter of Mr & Mrs Quinn, who were cared for by us, for her donation of masks
  • Our wonderful supporter and volunteer, Sylvia Fenner, for her kind monetary donation and thoughtful donation of chocolates
  • Staff from One Vision Project Watford who dropped off a donation of fruit for our hard-working staff
  • Molly James who donated flavoured waters and crisps for our staff to help support us after her grandfather was cared for at the Hospice
  • Bettina Grießbach who made and donated lovely scrubs for our Inpatient Unit staff
  • SPAR, Croxley, who kindly dropped off lots of tea, coffee and biscuits for our staff
  • Tzu Chi Foundation who donated lots of PPE to support our clinical staff
  • Tom Madden who donated 40 protective goggles for our clinical staff in memory of friend Nick Wickham who was cared for in our Inpatient Unit last year
  • Go Dharmic who donated lovely artisan breads and crisps for staff and visitors at the Hospice
  • Chris Luff and Matt, on behalf of the Watford Chamber of Commerce, who not only provide incredible ongoing support but who also donated lots of PPE to support our staff
  • The Grove, Watford, for their generous donation of PPE for our clinical staff
  • M&S, Watford, who very kindly donated lots of Percy Pigs sweets and a very generous cheque
  • Peter Dillingham – landlord of the Black Boy pub, Bricket Wood, and Saracens pub, Kings Langley, who, along with some friends, donated lots of snacks including crisps and biscuits
  • Our amazing Reception volunteer, Anne Walford, who donated 100 IIR masks for our clinical staff
  • Bushey Community Bake Off who donated lots of lovely homemade cakes and biscuits
  • Park Tuition who donated a big box of snacks for staff at the Hospice
  • Liz, one of our amazing volunteers, who baked lovely Easter cupcakes for our Inpatient Unit staff
  • Our wonderful Trustee, Ginny Edwards, for making uniform bags for our clinical staff
  • Everett Rovers Football Club who donated lots and lots of Easter eggs and a lovely card for all Peace Hospice Care Staff.
  • Friends Pareesa and Bansi who donated PPE for our clinical staff.
  • Chess Parter, Borehamwood, who donated lots of chocolate Easter eggs for our staff.
  • Michelle Millar Mintz who donated lots of snacks for our Hospice staff.
  • Indian Sizzler restaurant, Watford, who are cooking and donating an amazing cooked lunch for all of our Hospice staff once a week.
  • Gemma Rastell who donated fabulous free range farm eggs for meals for our patients and staff.
  • GeoSmartPro who donated masks for our clinical staff and chocolates for Hospice staff.
  • Edgegrove School pupils who wrote lovely letters to give to our patients.
  • Merchant Taylors School, Northwood, who donated gloves, aprons, hand sanitiser and chocolates for our clinical staff.
  • The Claddagh Ring, Hendon, who donated lunch to all of the vital clinical staff at the Hospice.
  • John Lewis & Partners, Watford, who donated six Samsung tablets so that our patients can keep in touch with their families and loved ones.
  • Sarah Meredith, one of our Healthcare Assistants, who kindly donated hand sanitiser which has been placed for use in our Inpatient Unit. 
  • Gambado Watford, who donated santisers, masks gloves and snacks for our nursing staff.  
  • ASK Italian, who donated beautiful, bright flowers to the Hospice.
  • Park Veterinary Centre, Cassiobury Drive, who donated face masks for our clinical staff
  • Tarboush, Watford,  who delivered food to our staff working at the Hospice.

 

 

Thank you all for your support and kindness during these challenging times.