Once again, hundreds of people took part in Peace Hospice Care’s Push It for the Peace muddy obstacle course raising thousands of pounds for the charity. Money is still coming in, every day, from the event which saw competitors take on a giant tipping see saw, clambering under cargo nets and taking on inflatable donuts strung across the river in Cassiobury Park, Watford.
This year Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden was the headline sponsor for Push It for the Peace. This is just one of a number of ways Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden has supported Peace Hospice Care over recent years. Other activities have included: hosting the charity’s annual dinner, judging the charity’s Strictly Come Hospice fundraiser and staff volunteering their time and expertise for the charity.
Gemma Shortman, Corporate Account Manager at Peace Hospice Care, said: “We simply couldn’t do what we do without the tremendous support of individuals fundraising for us and, also, the fantastic support we receive from local businesses. Our heartfelt thanks to Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden who, over a number of years, has made such an impact in helping us to raise funds for our vital services.”
Dan Dark, SVP and Managing Director, Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden commented: “We were delighted to support this fantastic event which raises much needed funding for Peace Hospice Care.”
This year Push It for the Peace was also supported by a number of other businesses, including: VWV, Aitchison Raffety, HW Fisher, Bahlsen biscuits and Sainsbury’s Watford.
Peace Hospice Care needs £5 million a year to deliver its free services. Now, for every £1 of income received less than 20p comes from the NHS.
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