Mr. Stuart met CEO Anna Wolkowski during a recent visit to hospice which provides a vital service to people in the region during what can be a very difficult time.
Following his visit, Mr. Stuart said;
“I would like to pay tribute to the hard-working staff at Dove House Hospice who support a number of my constituents and their families, often at particularly difficult times.”
“My visit reinforced the fact that hospices like Dove House are reliant upon the generosity of residents across Hull and the East Riding, and I urge my constituents in Beverley and Holderness to keep up this good work.”
Ms Wolkowski is urging residents to keep using the charity shops that support Dove House across Hull and East Yorkshire as the hospice needs to raise more than £6m every year to support patients.
A former Police Officer and local Beverley resident David Pattenden recently spent his birthday swimming raising over £500 for the charity by swimming lengths at Beverley Leisure Centre.
Commenting on the fund raising efforts of the community Ms. Wolkowski said;
“To East Riding residents I want to say thank you for all of the support you give the hospice, from the money you raise for us, to the events you get involved in, to the shops that you go to, we’re really grateful and could not do it without you.”
“Come and see us, please refer to us – we are here for you. Thanks also to Graham for continuing to show his support.”
Anyone wishing to donate goods or find out how they can help raise money to fund the good work carried out by Dove House Hospice to should visit their web site or call into a one of their stores.
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