In the run up to Christmas Cedar Hall Osteopathy Clinic Thurrock is supporting a new initiative launched by St Luke’s Hospice, Basildon, Essex entitled Donate It, Don’t Dump It! The project, which is the brain child of Hospice senior fund raiser Heather Penny, aims to encourage people to donate old clothes, pre-loved items, unwanted gifts, books, games etc rather than throwing them away.
- Cedar Hall Clinic supporting St Luke’s Hospice
Several local businesses have already signed up for Donate It, Don’t Dump It and Heather Penny is hopeful that as ever, people will be generous with their donations. At Cedar Hall Osteopathy Clinic Thurrock there is a large basket in reception where our patients can place all their donated items. The scheme has already attracted a fair bit of attention and a variety of items are already piling up ready for collection
Senior Osteopath & director Jacki Milne is confident that the basket will be refilled time & time again. “Local people and our patients are forever generous for a good cause” said Jacki “And this is one of the best. Cedar Hall Clinics are committed to supporting community projects whenever possible and we will probably take part in the initiative again after Christmas so people can donate any unwanted gifts”.
Folk living in the Stanford le Hope area of Essex are invited to pop into the clinic at 13 King’s Parade, King St with any donations.