Connor makes a donation to the Alexander Devine children’s hospice

For the third year, Connor has donated 10% of its annual revenue in support of the Alexander Devine Charity hospice build project. This project aims to build Berkshire’s first children’s hospice to provide day and overnight care for the more than 600 children with a life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families.

We are delighted to be able to contribute £7,500 to this wonderful charity in support of their Hospice build. We are also extremely thankful to our loyal clients, without whom, we would not be able to be in such a position as to support this cause. We look forward to doing more work with Alexander Devine and are particularly looking forward to participating alongside them in the Gung Ho charity event next month where we hope to raise a further £1,500.

“From my very first meeting with Paul Connor I knew I was in the presence of a truly genuine and kind person. My initial reaction to him and business partner Fraser Silvey, has proven to be right. Connor is an invaluable supporter of Alexander Devine and totally grasped the importance of what we are achieving from the start.

I can honestly say that Paul is a true friend and we value him and his team here at the charity. We look forward to our continued long lasting and special relationship with Connor and a massive heartfelt thank you from all of us here to all of them, for their remarkable support. We are preparing to begin the building of the hospice next month and hope that everyone at Connor will take great pride in watching this wonderful building grow.”
Fiona Devine, founder at Alexander Devine

The first brick of the hospice build is due to be laid at the end of September 2015. For more information on Alexander Devine and for the latest progress on the hospice build, please visit their website.


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