Norfolk businesses and Rotary support hospital charity appeal
A brand new car is being raffled in aid of the Boudicca Breast Cancer Appeal which aims to provide a dedicated one-stop-shop breast cancer service at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH).
The N&N Hospitals Charity, the official NNUH charity, has partnered with five rotary clubs from Norwich, the Desira Group in association with Suzuki and East Bilney Coachworks to raffle a Suzuki Swift SZ3.
The raffle, organised by the Norwich Rotary Clubs will run until 6 December 2019 with tickets being sold on the NNUH site. For a donation of just £5 towards the Boudicca Breast Cancer Appeal, people will receive a raffle ticket and all donations will help the appeal move towards its fundraising target of £800,000.
Mark Davies, NNUH Chief Executive, says: “Breast cancer affects many families across Norfolk and Waveney and we are determined to provide the very best care we can to our patients. It is gratifying to see the whole community coming together to support on our mission and we are especially grateful to the Desira Group and East Bilney Coachworks for donating this amazing prize.”
Stuart Stone, Managing Director, Desira Group Plc said: “We are very proud to be supporting The Boudicca Breast Cancer Appeal. Many of our staff, friends, family and customers will have used the NNUH, and many more have been affected by cancer. We hope that our support to the Boudicca Appeal and the hospital charity will make a difference to local people.’’
Stuart Stone, Managing Director, Desira Group Plc said: “We are very proud to be supporting The Boudicca Breast Cancer Appeal. This charity works tirelessly for a cause to which everyone can relate. If our help and assistance is able to play just a small part in raising money then it is well worth it. We wish the Appeal success over the next few weeks with its draw. Many of our staff, friends, family and customers will have used the NNUH, and many more have been affected by cancer. We hope that our support to the Boudicca Appeal and the hospital charity will make a difference to local people.’’
“In choosing the prize, we have picked out a car that we think will have wide appeal and we hope everyone will love this great supermini which practical, fun and economical to drive.”
Vince Pearson from Norwich Centenary Rotary Club said: “Having been invited to the launch of the appeal last October, we wanted to get involved and we are very proud of the fact that all five Norwich Clubs are supporting the appeal and are currently busy selling raffle tickets at various events. The hospital plays an important role in the lives of local people and this is our way of repaying that support.’’