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Webhelp UK Larbert team to support Strathcarron hospice

12th February 2015

Leading customer experience provider, Webhelp UK’s Larbert Centre has joined forces with Strathcarron Hospice as their charity partner this year.

This week Anton Manley, Director of Strategic Accounts and Craig McIntosh, Site Leader at Webhelp in Larbert visited Strathcarron Hospice to sign their partnership.

During their visit to the hospice Craig presented a cheque for £580.25 raised from Webhelp’s support of the ‘In Memory Christmas Tree Tags’ campaign.

The money raised throughout the year will go towards supporting the invaluable work that the Strathcarron Hospice provides for families throughout Stirlingshire.

Anton Manley said, “Being able to support Strathcarron Hospice is a real privilege.  The centre provides such a quintessential service for families in need of their specialist care which is provided free of charge.  Therefore it is essential that businesses and individuals continue to fund their good work.

“Our Webhelp team at our Larbert Centre will be raising funds throughout the coming year with various fundraising initiatives already being planned.  Many of my colleagues have also offered to volunteer at the hospice which is fantastic.

“Strathcarron Hospice is a charity close to the hearts of many of our Larbert team and we very much look forward to supporting everyone’s efforts.”


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