Devizes doughnuts to fundraise for hospice
4:00pm Thursday 27th February 2014 in News
REEVE the Bakers invites people to buy doughnuts from their Devizes store for national doughnut week and raise funds for the area’s children’s hospice next week.
During the week 20p from the sale of every pack of three doughnuts at the shop in The Brittox will be donated to children’s hospice, Naomi House.
Reeve the Baker has been supporting Naomi House for 15 years and during that time has raised over £50,000 for the hospice near Winchester, which provides support for children and young people with life-limiting conditions.
The money raised during Doughnut Week will pay for play activities at Naomi House, including arts, crafts and day trips out – giving the children fun.
Gary Reeve, managing director at Reeve the Baker, said: “Last year our customers helped us raise almost £4,000 for Naomi House during Doughnut Week by buying freshly made doughnuts and donating money.
“We’re proud to support such a worthwhile cause, especially as they enter the next exciting stage of developing their facilities with the Caterpillar Appeal.”
Tina Starbuck, corporate fundraiser at Naomi House, said: “Reeves has been absolutely fantastic.”
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