Paul Crowley & Co, which has offices in Anfield and Liverpool city centre, presented staff at the West Derby-based charity with a cheque for £11,172 this week.
The donation comes after the firm was announced as an official charity partner for Zoë’s Place Baby Hospice for 2017, last month.
On the day, senior partner Paul Crowley was given a guided tour of Zoë’s Place’s facilities, and met with some of the children currently receiving care at the hospice, including Missy Mae along with her brother Chase, who was visiting with Missy Mae on the day.
As part of this year’s fundraising programme clients will be gifted with a complimentary Zoë’s Place teddy bear, upon the instruction of the firm’s conveyancing services, with all proceeds going to the charity.
Staff will also be participating in a number of fundraising events, including the ‘Tough Mudder’ challenge, as well as taking part in Zoë’s Place’s official fundraising charity events throughout the year.
Paul Crowley, senior partner, says: “It was a pleasure to visit Zoë’s Place Baby Hospice this week to tour their facilities and see the wonderful work the team do first hand. And of course, a big thanks to our tour guides, Missy Mae and her brother Chase!
“We are incredibly proud to offer our support to such an important and valuable local charity. I hope that our donation will go some way in helping the hospice to continue their life-changing work for children and their families in our local community.”
Samantha Lee, corporate and events fundraising manager at Zoë’s Place, says: ‘It was lovely to see Mr Crowley with Missy Mae and Chase, and it was a pleasure to show him around our special Hospice. The support Paul Crowley & Co has shown us helps us to keep smiles on our babies’ faces!”
"The support Paul Crowley & Co has shown us helps us to keep smiles on our babies faces!"
Samantha Lee, fundraising manager, Zoe's Place
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