100 Easter Eggs donated to KGH
COUNTY Recruitment Agency Quest Employment has donated 100 Easter Eggs to the children’s ward at Kettering General Hospital.
Commercial Divisional Manager Andy Elmore, from Kettering, and Commercial Consultant Dionne Newman, made the presentation to Skylark Ward on March 26.
Pictured L-R during the presentation are Mum Carly Abazi with daughter Rhubi, 17 months, Dionne Newman, KGH play specialist Louise McKerral, Andy Elmore, Kim Dargue and her daughter Madeline Sumar, six.
Andy said: “Every year Quest Employment makes a donation of 100 Easter Eggs to a worthy, local cause and for 2nd year we chose the Skylark Ward. The dedication, hard work and commitment shown to help these children get better is simply first class and if we can contribute towards a smile at this time of year then we will do our very best to help”
“Our company motto is “People are our priority” and it is important to us that this is reflected not only in our working life but by supporting our local community as much as we can.”
KGH Play specialist Louise McKerral said: “We want to thank Quest Employment and Andy for supporting us over the last 2 years with this very generous and timely donation. Easter Eggs are always very much appreciated by the children who need our support.”