Oscar Hits Target

We are delighted to hear that that the OSCAR campaign has reached its £1.5m fundraising target for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH). This campaign is the Ocean and Shipping Community Advancing Children’s Health and Research.

Between us, we have funded the redevelopment of vital facilities and some truly ground-breaking childhood cancer research. We should be immensely proud of this fantastic achievement, which will impact the lives of so many children and their families at GOSH and all over the world.

As recently reported, Uniserve Group added two new additions to their transport fleet which were branded with the logos and colours of Great Ormond Street Hospital and Little Havens Hospice.

The vehicles arrived just in time for the build-up to Christmas and since Uniserve have an enviable retail client base, they have been delivering goods that are filling stockings nationally this festive season.

Great Ormond Street Hospital’s Rosie Rawlings commented on the vehicles “To date Uniserve have generously donated more than £380,000 to our Children’s Charity and the vehicles are a lovely idea”.

Please let us know if you want details of the OSCAR campaign or any of the other charities we support:

Sport Relief
GUTS Bowel Cancer
RSPB
Children with Cancer
Axentis Michael Charity Trust
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Little Havens Hospice
Heart Research UK
Antenatal Results & Choices
St Luke’s Hospice

 

 

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