CHSW relaunches Business Club

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Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is inviting businesses from across the south west to join its recently relaunched business networking club.

The charity, which runs three children’s hospices including Little Harbour in St Austell, originall launched its Business Club initiative in 2021 as a way for companies to stay connected during the pandemic.

Sarah Stott, head of fundraising at Little Harbour, said the charity hoped to reach out to even more businesses – big and small – in 2024.

She said: “As a regional charity, we partner with businesses of all sizes, from family run firms to national brands. If you join our Business Club you will have the chance to network and share ideas with this inspiring community of likeminded businesses.

“Members also benefit from coverage on CHSW’s social media channels and receive regular updates about how their support is making a difference.”

The charity is holding various free to attend Business Club member events throughout the year, with the first one held on last week at Little Harbour. The event  provided the opportunity for  networking, gave guests the chance to experience one of the therapy sessions offered to children and young people with music, sensory activities and messy play, as well as hearing about the care currently being provided by the hospice.

A special Business Breakfast & Networking event is being held at Little Harbour on April 22, when guests can speak to fundraisers and hear from the care-team. To find out more about CHSW’s Business Club and its upcoming events, click here.