The fundraising team needs your help in opening doors to businesses and companies to boost the charity’s funds and continue its work in supporting children and their families on their half a heart journey.

Could you introduce LHM to your employers?

Most companies have a charity policy and money that is set aside to donate to a charity. Some businesses have a charity of the year chosen by the staff or a committee, some have a foundation that makes donations; others choose a charity that meets their Corporate Social Responsibility plan. Could you find out what your company does and help us to open a new funding door?

This really would be a huge help for the charity and is vital if we are to grow and provide more services to benefit our members, so please contact Ian Carr on [email protected], or 0121 455 8982 with details of the business that you work for, your connection to Little Hearts Matter and any contact details you have.

Don’t hesitate… get in touch today…

E-mail – [email protected] / Phone – 0121 455 8982

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