The Horton General Hospital in Banbury serves the growing population in the north of Oxfordshire and surrounding areas. It has both inpatient and day case beds and also provides outpatient clinics, and is an acute general hospital providing a wide range of services.
The Horton General Charitable Fund aims to raise funds that are not covered by the NHS, and are necessary for research, staff development and training, sourcing new specialist equipment and to enhance the overall environment of the Horton General Hospital to ensure that staff members, patients and visitors have a better and more positive experience in the hospital.
As an initial promise of dedication, Spratt Endicott began their new fund raising efforts by offering a cheque for £250 to Yolanda Jacob, Fundraising Project Manager for the Horton General Hospital, which will go towards a the purchase of two new ‘flushing pumps’ for the hospital.
Yolanda said: “We are thrilled and most grateful to be chosen as your Charity of the Year. Thank you very much indeed for your continued support. It is really appreciated“.
Each year, Spratt Endicott adopts one main charity to support throughout the year as a collaborative fundraising initiative that gets everyone involved. During 2016 and the first quarter of 2017, the company raised over £4000 for their previous choice, The Katharine House Hospice.
David Endicott, Managing Director of Spratt Endicott said: “The Horton General Hospital has been a vital and integral part of the health of this community and we are delighted that our staff has chosen to support such a much needed establishment.”
For further information on The Horton General Charitable Fund and their fundraising activities, please visit the website at https://www.ouh.nhs.uk/charity/what-we-do/horton/default.aspx.
For more information about Spratt Endicott please contact Jane Ward on 01295 204000 / email email@example.com.