Company throws its weight behind hospice’s lottery fundraising initiative

Company throws its weight behind hospice’s lottery fundraising initiative

by Henry James (May 2021)

APEX Management Solutions is throwing its weight behind St Joseph’s Hospice’s latest lottery fundraising initiative, the Hit The Jackpot Appeal, by advertising it across its entire fleet of minibuses.

The leading Liverpool based transport company unveiled the new branding at the Thornton-based hospice, which is aiming to reach 10,000 members through its latest lottery appeal.

Zoe Furnivall, fundraiser at St. Joseph’s Hospice, explained: “At St Joseph’s Hospice, we provide end of life care, comfort and compassion to more than 200 people every year. As a charity, we need to raise £3 million a year to continue providing this care but we have ambitions far beyond this as we hope to be able to care for even more people in the future.

“Playing our lottery is one of the best ways of supporting the hospice because it provides us with a regular income which enables us to plan and budget for the future as well as provide hospice care for our community right now.

“We're incredibly grateful to Apex who are helping us raise awareness of this brilliant initiative through advertising on all of their minibuses – this really does help drive the cause in our bid to realise our ambitious target and we’d like to thank Stephen and the team!”

Apex Management Solutions deliver services across Liverpool and Sefton, for public and private sector clients. Stephen Heneghan, managing director of Apex Management Solutions added: “Working across Sefton and employing local people, we have become very aware of the hospice and the vital care it offers.

“Following discussions with the hospice, we wanted to explore ways in which we could have a tangible and meaningful impact on their fundraisings efforts and what better way than through our fleet! Over the next few weeks, all of our vehicles will have the lottery signage emblazoned on the rear which will hopefully help boost the wider fundraising efforts.”

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