Lacey Meredith signs up to City Hospice’s
“Take a Walk in My Shoes” Challenge
Lacey Meredith, Operations Manager at Wales Probation Services, signs up to the “Take a Walk in My Shoes” challenge to support City Hospice.
Lacy explains why she has signed up for this challenge:
” I have a strong relationship with City Hospice as we work together arranging placements for service users on Community Payback across Cardiff and the Vale. Our workshop support by making items for the charity to sell at events and also in their charity shops.
I was aware that during the Wales ‘Firebreak’ that the nurses caring for patients at City Hospice would remain on their feet. When my partnership colleague, Neil Davies, informed me of plans to fundraise during the lockdown, I was keen to personally support them and set up a ‘Just Giving’ page. I told friends and family that I would be supporting the initiative ‘Take A Walk in My Shoes’’ and this has involved walking at least twice a day around my local area in all weathers.
My goal has been to raise enough money to pay for a day of nursing for this great charity ”
We are all wishing Lacy well in her challenge and are grateful for her support. We hope she reaches her goal of being able to Donate A Day of nursing care. Our Donate A Day Campaign enables you to pay for a day of nursing care on a date that’s meaningful to you.
Neil Davies, Community Fundraiser told us:
“I am delighted that Lacey is taking on this challenge for us at City Hospice. Our partnership has grown from strength to strength since the 2018 Velothon when the team created a live window at our shop in Whitchurch.
Since then we have worked on many retail related projects. It’s great that our partnership has resulted in Lacy taking on this challenge. I really am excited to see the final out come of Lacey fundraising efforts”