Search to Sponsor Ladies' Lunch for Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity
Recruitment firm Search Consultancy is delighted to partner with the third annual Ladies Lunch on the 11th of June, where proceeds will go towards Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.
Every year 160,000 children from Scotland and beyond are treated at the Royal Hospital for Children. Some suffer from minor ailments, while others are fighting for their lives. Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity raises money to ensure that Scotland's sick children and their families receive the best possible care and experience while at hospital.
Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity sits at the heart of the new Royal Hospital for Children, raising money to support young patients and their families. The non profit organisation has already funded over £5.5m worth of enhancements and services at the new children’s hospital, including:
◾Innovative medical equipment
◾Improvements in child and family facilities
◾Pull down beds for parents and carers
◾Patient and family support
◾Paediatric research and training
◾Enhanced play rooms and fun activities for the children
Search, a recruitment agency which boasts a long and impressive history of participating in initiatives that offer monetary or voluntary assistance towards the community, will have a strong presence at the lunch which is expected to raise significant amounts of money for the charity.
Kathryn Boyd, Search’s HR Director and primary sponsor of the event said, “It is with great pleasure that we offer our support to this charity which has had such a life-changing impact on children and their families within our community.”
“As a company that prides itself in our role in contributing towards the elevation of people’s quality of life, offering our support to this particular cause was an easy decision.”
“It is our hope that through the small part we are playing in this initiative, we will further empower the charity to continue to transform the lives of our community’s children for the better. Together, we can make a difference.”