St Clare Hospice has launched its Corporate Partnership Network (CPN) to create new business connections in West Essex and East Herts and boost its coffers
St Clare Hospice has launched its Corporate Partnership Network (CPN) to create new business connections and boost its coffers.
The Hastingwood charity, which supports families living with a terminal illness in West Essex and East Herts, held its first CPN at the Hunters Meet hotel and restaurant in Hatfield Heath on April 28.
It wants to bring local firms together with the aim of networking, team building and supporting the charity to continue to provide specialist care for people facing death, dying and loss.
Price Bailey, of Bishop's Stortford, and Sawbridgeworth businesses Boyletts Law and Stort Valley Spirits have already signed up to the scheme.
Also on board are Alloy Fabweld, of Great Dunmow, Graham Ellis Associates, Magnificent Stuff and Bright & Beautiful in Harlow, Ongar's Laurelo, Neil King, of South Woodford, and Epping-based Lightwood Plc.
"The CPN is our way of thanking and supporting local businesses in return for their support for St Clare Hospice," said the charity's corporate fundraiser Charlotte Durham.
"It offers all types and sizes of businesses an opportunity to raise their profile and attend fun quarterly networking events whilst supporting such an important cause as St Clare."
The next meeting is on Friday July 1 at Redchurch Brewery in Harlow.
Find out more at www.stclarehospice.org.uk/CPN or call Durham on 01279 773753 if you would like to join.