Bond Wolfe reveals eggcellent Easter initiative

The property firm's Charitable Trust has donated Easter Eggs to Birmingham Children’s Hospital as part of new partnership.

Paige Williams and Jonathan Adamson, of Birmingham Children Hospital (left and right) with Lisa Worrall from Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust charity

Young patients in the A&E department at Birmingham Children’s Hospital enjoyed more than 100 Easter eggs between them, as part of a new charity relationship with the Bond Wolfe Trust.

The eggs were donated by staff at Bond Wolfe, CBGA, Watling Real Estate and REI plc and were handed out to children visiting the A&E department over the Easter Break.

As the agency’s chosen charity for 2024, the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust is also supporting the hospital’s Stuff2help project, which helps patients and their families by providing them with backpacks filled with basic essentials.

Katie Harris, corporate partnerships officer at Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, said: “We’re thrilled by our new partnership with Bond Wolfe and so excited to see what the year ahead of fundraising holds.

“Every penny raised will helps us to go above and beyond for our patients and families, so that they’re not only receiving world-class treatment while with us, but also the best care and experience.”

Worthy cause

Birmingham Children’s Hospital provides a full range of general and specialist services for children and young people from across the West Midlands and beyond.

It has the largest paediatric emergency department in the UK, serving over 63,000 patients each year.

Lisa-Worrall-Bond Wolfe
Lisa Worrall, Bond Wolfe

Lisa Worrall, Director – Agency at Bond Wolfe, said: “The primary focus of the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust is to raise funds for a range of worthy causes that help people from all walks of life.

“In 2024, we are proud to announce our support for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital and are hoping to raise plenty of funds through various company activities.”

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