In December, IT and Telecommunications provider, Silver Lining Convergence, got into the Christmas Spirit and hosted their annual Santa’s grotto to raise money for Naomi House & Jacksplace.
The event featured a variety of fairground games, including a Nerf Gun alley and mini skittles, as well as a competition to see who could set the fastest lap racing on Naomi House & Jacksplace’s adaptive controller. As well as fun games and festive food, families attending the event had the chance to meet Father Christmas!
The company’s grotto raised over £700 for Naomi House & Jacksplace, helping us continue to be there for families when they need it most.
Silver Lining’s Marketing Executive and Event Organiser, Holly Agombar, said:
On the day, families were able to meet Santa and receive a gift whilst we had a photographer take pictures as a memento for families to keep. Outside, we had lots of family friendly games for everyone to enjoy; a firm favourite was the Nerf Gun Alley!
It was a fun day for everyone to get in the Christmas spirit whilst raising some important funds and awareness for Naomi House and Jacksplace.
Connor Phillips, Senior Fundraiser at NH&JP said:
Thank you so much to everyone at Silver Lining Convergence for your continued dedication and support of our hospices. With your help, we are able to continue delivering specialised nursing care throughout the year, for children and young adults with life limiting and life threatening conditions.