City Hospice are delighted to win the Cardiff Life Award for Charity of the Year!
City Hospice win Cardiff Life Award for Charity of the Year at the prestigious award ceremony on Thursday 31st March.
The charity category of the Cardiff Life Awards is incredibly strong and the work of all finalists is acknowledged in the ceremony. This year’s finalists were City Hospice, Dreams and Wishes, Holibobs Children’s Cancer Charity, Tenovus Cancer Care and Ty Hafan Children’s Hospice.
We are absolutely delighted the work of all the team at City Hospice has been acknowledged by winning the award. We are grateful to the community of Cardiff and local business for their support in making our work possible.
The judges said:
A very proud moment to its Forever Flowers campaign succeed. Expertly crafting 1,400 iron flowers to represent the life of lost loved ones raising over £40,000 for the charity.
Amanda Fenton, Fundraising and Marketing Director received the award with Daisy Magill, Senior Fundraising Coordinator on behalf of the charity. Announcing the winner on Twitter Cardiff Life commented “Well deserved for capturing the hearts of many”.
Liz Andrews, CEO said:
“This is such an honour to receive the Charity of the Year award and is a much appreciated acknowledgement of the work of the whole team. During the pandemic we are proud to have remained in the community caring for patients throughout. We also extended our bereavement service so that more people can access our support. Our fundraising team worked tirelessly too to bring Forever Flowers to Cardiff Castle. This was an excellent fundraiser for the hospice. Importantly it gave people the opportunity to come together and remember and celebrate the lives of lost loved ones. I am so proud of the whole team.”