Supporting our local Communities – Tollers Easter Campaign …
At Tollers we are passionate about supporting the local communities we serve and are always keen to get involved with as many good causes as we can. With Easter upon us, the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Group enlisted the help and generosity of the Tollers teams, by asking those who were able, to donate an Easter Egg in order that they could be given to a local charity or cause.
The three main Tollers offices then selected three worthy causes to donate the eggs too.
Tollers Corby office decided to support Kettering General Hospital – which since the start of the pandemic has been hard hit with COVID patients.
On Tuesday, Tollers met with Lorraine Devereux, a Community Fundraiser, at Kettering General Hospital. We delivered a box full of Easter Eggs (pictured below) to Lorraine, who then pass the eggs on to the Harrowden C ward.
The Harrowden C ward at Kettering General is one of the main COVID wards within the hospital. Since the start of the pandemic, the ward has been at full capacity with COVID-positive patients. The CSR group thought that the staff on this ward in particular needed a little something to help them smile and thank them for all of their hard work. Shaun Mullen, the ward manager of Harrowden C, passed on his thanks and said “I really want to express my gratitude to the staff at Tollers, for thinking of us all”.
The Tollers Northampton office decided to support another local cause – The Cynthia Spencer Hospice in Northampton. Cynthia Spencer specialises in caring for people that require palliative care across Northamptonshire. The hospice provides inpatient care, outpatient services and even wellbeing groups in the North of the county. Tollers wanted to give the staff a small gift to show their appreciation for all of their hard work, as well as hopefully bring a smile to some of the hospices patients. On Wednesday, members from our Trusts and Estates team in Northampton met with Colin, one of the volunteers at Cynthia Spencer and delivered a bumper basket full of chocolate goodies.
Tollers Stevenage office participated in Mather Marshall’s Easter Egg appeal. Mather Marshall, a local Stevenage estate agent, asked locally based businesses across Stevenage and Hertfordshire to get involved and donate as many Easter eggs as they could. Tollers solicitor, Shane Taylor, played the Easter bunny and delivered 43 Easter Eggs to the Mather Marshall office. The Easter Eggs collected between all of the businesses in Stevenage are being distributed between the Lister Hospital and Watford General Hospital and will be delivered to children who are unfortunately spending Easter in hospital.
As a firm, we are thrilled to have supported our local communities and hopefully raise a few chocolatey smiles!!