Butterflies bring hope

Following the success of the Forget Me Not metal flower campaigns which spanned hospices across the UK, Hope House are to develop a whole new fundraising campaign involving metal butterflies.

The butterflies are a creative step towards developing something unique and in tune with the children benefitting from Hope House’s services. This new campaign is all a part of continued efforts to enable national hospices to collectively raise a total of one million pounds in 2019.

Hope House Children’s Hospice provide care and support to life-limited children, young people and their families from Shropshire, Cheshire, North and Mid Wales. Their services include respite, end-of-life care, counselling support, advocacy and the promotion of young people and carers’ rights.


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