Asbestech Limited has chosen Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice as their Charity Partner for 2011.
Noah’s Ark is currently providing practical support to life-limited children, and their families, within the communities of North London and South Hertfordshire. Their community outreach service is delivering much needed support within the children’s own homes and with regular Family Days and a thriving Siblings Programme.
Wherever care is delivered to their children, their aim is to give families the support they need to live positive lives – creating happy memories, and enabling them to face the future with hope. With very little funding from Government, Noah’s Ark must generate, through charitable giving, all the resources needed to run this essential lifeline.
Noah’s Ark’s service aims to meet the needs of each family – both in their own homes and, ultimately, within a hospice building. Within these environments, the Care Team can provide practical, medical, and emotional support to the child and their family.
Daniel Chalkley, Asbestech’s Managing Director said ‘We are extremely proud to be a corporate sponsor of Noah’s Ark this year. Noah’s Ark was chosen after consultation amongst all of the staff here at Asbestech. There are around 350 life-limited children who live within the communities of North London and South Hertfordshire who need the support that Noah’s Ark can offer. But often overlooked are the families including siblings who are also going through an extremely difficult time and who also need the expertise that Noah’s Ark can provide. Here at Asbestech, we can help in a number of ways such as regular financial contributions, corporate football tickets, sponsored staff fun days and staff volunteers. All of us here are looking forward to making a positive contribution to Noah’s Ark’s great work during 2011’.
Chris Harbour, Community Fundraiser for Noah’s Ark said, ‘We welcome Asbestech as a Corporate Sponsor in 2011. We have discussed a number of ways in which they can interact and assist our work during the year. They have already donated corporate football tickets for a couple of Premiership Games which were thoroughly enjoyed by our children and who under normal circumstances would not be able to attend. I look forward to working with Daniel and his enthusiastic team during the year’.