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One of these charities is “Shooting Star Children’s Hospices” who care for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families. They support families across Surrey and London from diagnosis to end of life and throughout bereavement with a range of nursing, practical, emotional, and medical care.
This partnership with Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, is an opportunity for Odigo UK employees to get involved. As part of the event, Odigo UK donated £500 to Shooting Star Children’s Hospices with the objective of helping to improve the health care of babies, children and their families.
Alex Plaistowe from Akuma Beavers Rugby Club, who works with Shooting Star, says:
“In sponsoring days such as our golf day, Odigo plays a vital part in helping the Akuma Beavers raise much needed funds for Shooting Star Children’s Hospice. The prize money from the tournament provides one month’s worth of emergency medical supplies for the hospices which cares for children and babies with limiting illnesses and end of life care. We are hugely appreciative of Odigo’s sponsorship of our annual golf day and look forward to working with them in the future.”
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