A CAMPERVAN fanatic group has donated £1,500 to Naomi Home and Jackspace, native hospices for all times restricted and life threatened kids.
This brings the whole quantity that Southcoast Transporters has raised for the hospices to £7,800.
The group visited the charity with their campervans to current a cheque, and to present the youngsters and households visiting the hospices the chance to see the vans up shut, climb inside and pose for pictures.
Southcoast Transporters have supported all kinds of various charities, together with Naomi Home and Jacksplace, because the group started, by amassing donations and holding raffles crammed with prizes for sponsors at its fundraising occasions.
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The group was initially arrange by Southampton resident Di Brown.
She stated: “We have been supporting Naomi House & Jacksplace for seven years now and will continue to do so, as this wonderful charity is very dear to many of our members’ hearts.”
Neighborhood fundraiser at Naomi Home and Jackspace, Tash Haji, stated: “Thank you so much to everyone at the Southcoast Transporters for years of wonderful support, and for going the extra mile and bringing your campervans along to the hospices to put a smile on the faces of children and families visiting.”
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