Bauder is helping Osborne celebrate its 50th Anniversary by working alongside them to build a two-storey extension at Demelza’s Eltham Hospice in South East London that will allow seriously ill children the space to grow, develop and live life to the fullest.
Demelza Hospice Care for Children provide expert, compassionate care, free of charge to severely ill children and their families 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Bauder is working with other supply chain partners on this build with many donating their time and materials for free.
Andrew Mackenzie, managing director of Bauder said: “Demelza is a fantastic and inspiring hospice which offers wonderful services, caring for the children and families who most need it. I am delighted that Bauder can offer its help and deliver a positive impact in helping Demelza grow and reach out to more families who are in need of their incredible help.”
Andy Steele, Chief Executive at Osborne said: “I am delighted we found the Delmelza Space to Grow Project to mark our 50 years in business but most importantly achieve an outcome that will positively impact on the lives of vulnerable children in our society for the next 50.”
“This ambitious project would not have been possible however, without the support of Bauder and many other partners who have all come together for such a worthwhile cause.”
Claire Ellis-Waghorn, Head of Fundraising at Delmelza said: “We are so grateful to the team at Osborne and all their wonderful colleagues and suppliers for giving us such a phenomenal gift. The work that is taking place at our Eltham hospice will make such a big difference - not just to our children and families, but also our staff and volunteers too, who work tirelessly to provide the best possible care.”
For more information on Bauder and its charitable work please click on the corporate responsibility section of our website: https://www.bauder.co.uk/about-us/who-we-are/corporate-responsibility, or visit the Demelza website at: https://www.demelza.org.uk/.
Bauder supports Demelza 'Space to Grow' Project
Friday, 15 December 2017 @ 10:30
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