2017 PRESENT DROP AT UHCW CHILDREN'S WARD
Young patients on the children’s ward at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire were happy to meet Luke Ferrara, Kevin Noble, Scorch and members of the PET-Xi team as they visited to wish all of the youngsters and staff a Merry Christmas, and drop off the presents kindly donated by Blaze fans.
They were guided around the ward by Hospital Nurse, Jenny Waring, and Community and Events Fundraising Manager, Eileen Rock, and spoke to each of the children that were in the ward and their families.
Blaze Ticket and Promotions Executive, Dale Buckland said, "After the amazing donations by the fans for the present drop against the Braehead Clan, we managed the fill 12 sacks and they were donated to the Children’s Ward at UHCW. Obviously being in hospital is never nice, especially around Christmas, but hopefully their time was made a little easier. Seeing the smiles on the children and families faces when they saw Luke, Kevin and Scorch was fantastic. I want to say a massive thank you to all the Blaze fans that donated presents!”
Nationally renowned and winner of the Company of the Year Award at the recent Coventry Telegraph Business Awards, PET-Xi have over 20 years’ experience of working with hundreds of schools across the UK to deliver intensive, results-based interventions for young people who are at risk of not achieving their academic potential (read more).
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Charity
UHCW Charity supports the full range of routine and specialist services, from cancer to cardiac, trauma to children and across the spectrum of ground breaking research – in University Hospital, the Hospital of St Cross and local mental health and community services.
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Charity exists to make things better for patients, their families and the staff who treat them. They provide funding for important equipment, pioneering research and all the important extras that make hospitals and community services so special (find out more).