Beaverbrooks staff make kind donation to help young people

Cally Ward from Beaverbrooks the Jewellers hands over a cheque for £1,300 to David Eaton, Service Manager from the CAMHS team, watched by members of the Accounts and Finance Team

Staff from a leading St Annes business have donated more than £1,000 to help youngsters across the Fylde coast.

Each member of staff at Beaverbrooks the Jewellers is given £100 to donate to a good cause and members of the Accounts and Finance Team clubbed together to donate their money to the Child and Adolescent  Mental Health Service (CAMHS).

A grand total of £1,300 was raised and received by David Eaton, Service Manager, from the CAMHS team.

He said: “The funding kindly donated from Beaverbrooks will be put to good use and we will be asking children and young people who use or have used CAMHS how best to spent it.

“There is increasing pressure and expectations put on children, young people and families today. This pressure can often lead children and young people to suffer and feel anxious, depressed, lonely or lose confidence which can then have an impact on their relationships and behavior.

“We are really grateful for the support of everyone at Beaverbrooks.’’

Blue Skies Hospitals Fund fundraises to support and enhance treatment provided by Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Blue Skies aim to make the experience and care of patients, their families and friends as comfortable as possible by providing enhanced facilities and equipment.

The award-winning Trust operates across a large area spanning Lancashire and South Cumbria.

Their staff support a population of 1.6 million and Blue Skies fundraise alongside and with them, as well as in the community to support those extras that make a difference for patients.

Your generosity can make a huge difference to the community and to the people who provide the care, research and holistic support that they deserve.

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