In an initiative organised by Hertford Town Council, a fantastic competition has been launched to raise money for East and North Hertfordshire Hospital’s Charity.
The funds raised will go to their COVID-19 Appeal and cover four NHS hospitals across Hertfordshire: Hertford County, Lister, New QEII and Mount Vernon Cancer Centre.
The goal is to raise at least £5000 during this incredibly challenging and difficult time.
The prizes have been generously donated by over 25 of Hertford’s businesses, meaning there are over 25 fantastic prizes to be won, including a £50 gift voucher to spend at IlVino restaurant, a garden makeover by Mudlark, an A3 Love Bomb artwork print worth £300 and a night’s stay at Number One Port Hill for two including breakfast worth £160. For the full list of prizes please visit www.gohertford.co.uk/directory/c/nhs-fundraiser-during-covid-19/
In order to enter the competition, a donation of at least £5 must be made on the fundraising page.
A £5 donation will entitle the donor to one ticket (one chance of securing a prize).
A higher donation will entitle the donor to more tickets, for example £10 = 2 tickets, £50 = 10 tickets, £75 = 15 tickets and so on.
There is no maximum donation, so please dig deep like the retailers have done and help save lives.
Please visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/hertford4nhs to donate.
The competition will close on Sunday 17th May at midnight. Winners will be contacted shortly after the competition. All donations will go to East & North Hertfordshire Hospital’s Charity.
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Cllr Jane Sartin, Chairman of the Development and Leisure Committee, said: “Hertford’s businesses have been incredibly generous in their donations to this fundraising effort at what is a very challenging time for them. I hope that people will support this very worthwhile appeal as much as they are able to by buying tickets. I’d also urge everyone to check what goods and services Hertford businesses are continuing to offer, and the GoHertford website is being regularly updated to reflect what can still be bought locally at this time.”