No5 decorates ward for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Fri, 04 Dec 2015

On Wednesday 2nd December 2015, a team of volunteers from No5 Chambers went over to Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s ward 7 to assist with the decorating for Christmas. Their chosen theme is, the very popular children’s film, Frozen.

Each year in November, the Birmingham Children’s Hospital invites corporate volunteers to decorate a ward or department within the hospital and help spread some festive cheer to children and families that they support.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity is an independent registered charity established under s51 of the NHS Act 2006 and registered with the Charity Commission to raise and receive legacies and donations for Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Their mission is to make a real difference to the children at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, their families and the staff who treat them by providing additional facilities, equipment and research and by creating a caring environment for all who use the hospital.

No5 has raised £577 from donations for Birmingham Children’s Hospital so far. Anyone who wishes to support No5’s fundraising can do so via online donations on our JustGiving page.

For more information about Birmingham Children’s Hospital please click here.

Picture left to right are Natasha Beauchamp, William Theaker (top left), Elisha Pye, Sandra Astbury and Daniel Griffiths (top right).

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