A Norfolk technology company has become fundraising ‘allies’ with EACH and will offer support for the nook appeal which aims to raise £10 million to build a new purpose-built children’s hospice in the heart of Norfolk.
Allies Computing Ltd, the leading UK supplier of address data quality solutions, is based in Framingham Pigot; in the neighbourhood where the nook will be built. As previous supporters of EACH, the Directors decided that they too wanted to play their part in supporting us as their soon to be neighbours.
The Framingham Pigot-based business has signed up to the nook business network scheme to raise at least £10,000 over the term of the appeal. The nook business network asks for companies small, medium and large throughout Norfolk to commit to raising either £10,000, £15,000 or £25,000 over the duration of the appeal in return for a number of benefits and support that we will provide.
Sarah Nice, Finance Director of Allies, said EACH is a fantastic local charity that cares for and supports local families at an unimaginably difficult time and having previously supported the charity, we were only too happy to support them with their fantastic appeal for a new children’s hospice and we welcome them as new neighbours soon
Gary Cook, the nook appeal corporate fundraiser, said: “We’re delighted the team at Allies are continuing with their support for the charity to help make our vision of a new hospice for local life-threatened children and their families a reality.
“We need the support of all sectors of the Norfolk community – individuals, schools, community groups and of course the business sector to achieve our fundraising target , so Allies support is fantastic and we very much look forward to working with them.”
For more information about Allies visit: www.alliescomputing.com