11:00AM, Saturday 27 August 2016
A £25,000 boost has been given to the fundraising efforts of the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice.
The charity, which is building Berkshire’s first children’s hospice, is raising the final £550,000 needed for the build, and the cash given by the MCKS Charitable Foundation UK has taken it one step closer.
The foundation is supported by the Institute of Pranic Healing, which offers non-touch complementary therapy and supports causes throughout the UK.
On July 25, Les Flitcroft, founder of the charity, director and head of the institute, along with the chairman of the foundation David Lidgate visited the site of the hospice in Snowball Hill to hand over the cheque to the charity.
Fiona Devine, who co-founded the charity in her son’s memory, said: “This amazing donation will be used to help fund the therapy room in the hospice which will enable us to enhance our holistic approach to provide support to so many children and their families.”
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