Bovis Homes' hospice fund-raising breaks the £10k barrier

24 April 2019

Naomi House & Jacksplace donation
Hannah Dunlop (left) and Camilla Brewster (centre) handover the cheque to Gemma Rolfe from Naomi House & Jacksplace 
A housebuilder has now donated more than £10,000 to Winchester-based Naomi House & Jacksplace, after selecting the hospice as its charity of the year.

Bovis Homes’ Southern Counites region, which has its headquarters in Basingstoke, has been raising funds through a variety of initiatives, and recently donated £4,388 which brings the total amount raised for the charity to £11,970.

“We are so proud that we’ve been able to raise well over £10,000 so far for the charity and we’re still fundraising!” says Hannah Dunlop, sales progressor at Bovis Homes. “Staff have been so supportive, and we are always thinking up different ways to raise money for a cause which is close to our hearts.”

The recent funds were raised during an auction and raffle held at the office’s annual dinner dance event. Staff also took part in a special Valentine’s day raffle where a holiday was up for grabs.

“Naomi House & Jacksplace supports the family of one of our colleagues, so we know first-hand the good work they do,” says Hannah.

Naomi House & Jacksplace provide expert hospice care to more than 325 children, young people and their extended families across Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Berkshire, West Sussex, Surrey and the Isle of Wight.

Paul Morgan, director of fundraising at Naomi House & Jacksplace, said: “We would like to thank Bovis Homes for all their extraordinary fundraising efforts over the past year. The service we offer is a lifeline for many families across the South and we wouldn’t be able to provide this level of care without the dedicated support from our local community, such as Bovis Homes.”