Local business to match donations from its customers to buy toys for children’s ward this Christmas

01, Dec 2019
Milton Keynes University Hopsital

Scuff N Scratch Solutions is asking customers to help it provide gifts for the children’s ward at Milton Keynes University Hospital this Christmas.

The local car bodyshop is encouraging members of the public to make donations – which will be matched by Scuff N Scratch Solutions – to provide toys for the children who will spend this Christmas in hospital. Donations will be collected until Thursday 19th December and can be made at the bodyshop in Denbigh Hall, or online via the just giving page.*

Before Christmas, Scuff N Scratch Solutions will deliver the toys to Milton Keynes Hospital Charity, who will be accepting the donations on behalf of the children’s ward. The fundraising for Milton Keynes University Hospital helps to improve the patient experience and ensures that staying at the hospital is made as comfortable and positive as possible.

Rob Clark, owner of Scuff N Scratch Solutions, comments: “No child should spend Christmas in hospital which is why we have chosen to raise money and match the donations to purchase toys for the children’s ward this December. We hope the donations will help to lift the mood of the children who cannot be surrounded by their home comforts this festive season.”

Jenny Howells, Senior Fundraiser at Milton Keynes Hospital Charity, said: “We are delighted that Scuff N Scratch Solutions would like to support our charity by bringing some festive cheer to the children’s wards at Milton Keynes University Hospital this Christmas. The gifts that they would like to donate will help to leave a lasting impact on our young patients, by providing items that can be used by those who will be staying with us this December and into the New Year.”

To help Scuff N Scratch raise money to donate toys to the children’s ward at Milton Keynes University Hospital Charity, please visit: www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/scuff-n-scratch-childrens-ward or drop into the workshop at Unit 9, Denbigh Hall Industrial Estate, MK3 7QT.

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