Donations totalling £10,560 is going to: LOROS, which cares for people from Leicestershire and Rutland; The Myton Hospices, covering Coventry and Warwickshire; and Mary Ann Evans Hospice, based in Nuneaton and covering North Warwickshire.
The three hospices have now shared an impressive £35,000 from the account since its launch in 2008. The Hospice Affinity Savings Account sees one per cent of its average balances donated by the Society to the charities each year.
The account also pays interest to the account’s savers, giving them a useful return on their money and the knowledge they are helping provide care and support to the terminally ill and their relatives. The minimum investment is £500 and the maximum investment is £300,000.
Carol Davies, Hinckley & Rugby customer assistant, said: "Thanks to our customers choosing the Hospice Affinity Savings Account the Society is able to support LOROS which is deeply valued by our customers. Most people in the communities we serve will have been touched by the work of these hospices at some point, including LOROS.”
Christian Weikert-Picker, fundraiser at LOROS, said: “It is wonderful that such commitment has been shown to this account by Hinckley & Rugby and its savers since 2008. Such long-term help for hospices is key to us being there for you and your family.”