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Deco-Pak steps up support for hospice

Published: 1 December 2014
Landscaping materials supplier Deco-Pak has donated time and resources to help the Greenfingers charity with further improvements to the Forget-Me-Not hospice garden in Huddersfield.
Deco-Pak steps up support for hospice
The company has supplied the local children's hospice with £1,500-worth of paving, decorative aggregates and bird feeders, as well as several staff members who helped to put the new design features in place. This latest contribution takes Deco-Pak's total contribution to the Forget-Me-Not hospice this year to £2,000.

Asked about the company's charity work, marketing manager Craig Hall said: "We've learned that it's really about supporting the community around you, rather than just doing charity work for the sake of it.

"Businesses are part of their local community, so it's essential that they support them - whether through donating money or stock, or by simply lending a helping hand."

Mr Hall is currently gearing up to join other HTA association members in the Santa Dash in London on December 7 to raise further funds for Greenfingers.


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