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Signature at Esher Raises £110 For Local Hospice with ‘PJ Day’

Signature at Esher hasraised £110 for the twilight nurses at the local hospice, The Princess Alice Hospice,with their ‘PJ Day’heldon 11th February.

For the third year in arow,Signature at Esherhassupported the hospicecharity throughthis enjoyable fundraiser. With residents and team members donning their favourite pyjamas, the local care home enjoyed a day that included a raffle and a much anticipated ‘catwalk’,where residents had the chance to award their favourite nightwear.

The Princess Alice Hospice provides a wide range of services that respond to the needs of individuals and their families. The Hospice plays a vital role in the local community by enabling people receiving end-of-life care tolive comfortably while offering support to their loved ones.

Over the past three years,Signature at Esher has undertaken numerous fundraising events and activities for the Princess Alice Hospice. In this time team members and residents alike have raised over £2000, an incredible contribution that enables the charity to continue to deliver vital support to around 1000 people connected with the hospice.This year,Signature at Esherhave picked up where they left offin 2021,with their latest‘PJ Day’ once again a huge success.

Reflecting on the ‘PJ Day’ success, Sophie Hagger, Activities Co-Ordinator,said: “

It’s a fun day and everyone can get involved. We always have a catwalk at the end of the day for residents to judge the best PJ’swhich is thoroughly enjoyedby all.It’sa fantastic way of giving back to the hospice and supporting them with theirincredible work.”

Speaking on the importance of supporting the community, Joanna Perry, Client Liaison Manager,said:

“Finding opportunities to give back to the community is a top priority for everybody at Signature at Esher. Over a number of years, we have supported numerous fantastic loval charities, causes, and organisations that do so much goof in Esher. Our residents and team members love to be able to give back in any way they can and promote positivity and community togetherness. The Princess Alive Hospice is particularly special and makes a huge difference to the lives of so many people and families in the area. These small acts go a long way towards helping them continue to deliver their vital services.”