Staff members at Firetrace Ltd have again pulled out their Christmas jumpers from the festive clothing archive to support and raise money for St Elizabeth Hospice.
Woolly Pully Week is an annual festive fundraiser for St Elizabeth Hospice. The event sees many organisations such as businesses, schools and local groups come together to support the charity by simply wearing Christmas jumpers for the week and donating £2 to the hospice to take part.
Tim Melton from Firetrace Ltd said: “As a company, many of our staff have witnessed and been grateful for the great work that hospice does. Being local, all staff members are aware of the service we have on our doorstep who helps local people and their families in a time of great need. Therefore, we support Woolly Pully Week by not only wearing our Christmas jumpers to work but also with extra fundraising such as sweepstakes. We’ve had a lot of fun taking part and knowing the money is going to a local charity that serves the community we share makes it even more worthwhile.”
Jazsmin Peach from St Elizabeth Hospice said: ‘We are very grateful to Firetrace, for taking part in Woolly Pull Week again this year. We have had over 180 businesses sign up to support the event which is a record year, it is truly amazing to see so many businesses signing up to help their local Hospice’.
Woolly Pully Week took place from Monday 10th December to Sunday 16th December and Firetrace Ltd raised a total of £136.00 for St Elizabeth Hospice.
To sign up and take part next year, visit stelizabethhospice.org.uk/joinwoolly.