Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust’s Dreamdrops charity has received a further donation of £300 for the Special Care Baby Unit at Hinchingbrooke Hospital. The money, which was raised by Chicheley Lodge No. 607 supported by the Provincial Grand Charity, is being used to purchase a wardrobe for the newly refurbished parents’ room.
WBro David Redden, Chicheley's Charity Steward, said:
The money was raised through a Rock ‘n’ Roll night and a raffle. We raised £150 and this was enhanced by The Pro Grand Charity enabling us to give £300. We wanted to support a local charity and Dreamdrops is such a worthwhile organisation.
Money raised through Dreamdrops is used to provide additional items for the Special Care Baby Unit and Children’s Ward, and children who are cared-for at home.
Anne-Marie Hamilton, Chairman of the Dreamdrops fundraising committee said:
We are extremely grateful to Chicheley Lodge for their continued support, and for this very generous donation. The money will enable us to buy a new wardrobe for the parents’ room making their stay on the ward a more comfortable one.