Mark Crawford, Managing Director and Founder of print management solutions company, Officemark, has pledged to donate 1% of the annual revenue to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Based in Weston-super-Mare, Officemark is a print equipment provider who prides itself on offering contracts and solutions that are right for the customer and their organisation.
Amanda Gallagher, Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser at CHSW said: “We’d like to thank Officemark for their wonderful support and wish Mark every success growing his business. CHSW relies almost entirely on voluntary contributions to provide this vital care for more than 500 families from across the South West every year and we couldn’t do this without such generous support from the local business community. We look forward to a successful partnership with Officemark for many years to come.”
Mark said: “I am very lucky to have two healthy children, for which I am extremely thankful. Unfortunately, the things we all take for granted are not always the case for some families and CHSW is there to assist them through their journey and make the experience fun and enjoyable for the whole family, giving them everlasting memories. After being shown around Charlton Farm it was immediately apparent how much effort, support and love all the staff give to the families from the day to day running of the charity to the finer detail of personalising the bedrooms of each individual child and going the extra mile to make them feel at home. I would implore everyone to visit CHSW on one of their open days as it is very insightful and shows what great work the charity do. Officemark look forward to building a long-standing partnership with CHSW over the coming years.”
I would implore everyone to visit CHSW on one of their open days as it is very insightful and shows what great work the charity do
CHSW’s three hospices in Somerset, Devon and Cornwall provide care for the whole family. As well as medical and nursing support for sick children, they offer specialist palliative care; short breaks and respite; a sibling service for brothers and sisters; emergency support; end-of-life care; and a bereavement service for as long as is needed.