Saint Catherine’s Hospice in Scarborough has thanked Lifetime for a further donation to its coffers.
Lifetime donates 10% of fees generated on new accounts to a hospice chosen by the person who referred them the business.
After receiving a cheque for Lifetime’s latest donation, the hospice’s Director of Funding Development, David Marshall, said: “We are once again grateful to Lifetime for setting up this scheme and for making donations to Saint Catherine’s in this way.
“It is very generous of Lifetime and its clients to think of us and they can be sure that their donation helps the hospice provide its very valuable services, free of charge, to many, many grateful people in this area.”
Mr Marshall is pictured (above) receiving the cheque from Lifetime Financial Planner Janette Town.
Saint Catherine’s Hospice provides in and out-patient care, neurology support, bereavement support and day care for patients across a 1,600 square mile area, including Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington, Driffield, Hunmanby, Ryedale and Whitby. Each year the hospice treats around 2,000 people from that area, the largest geographical area of any hospice in Britain other than the highlands of Scotland. It costs £5m a year for Saint Catherine’s to provide its hospice services in the area.