At Porsche Centre Bournemouth, we recently celebrated our fortieth birthday with a charity Gala Dinner to raise funds for the Dorset Children's Foundation and Macmillan Cancer Support.
The event was a great success and it was a pleasure to present a cheque for £4,493.50 to each of the two charities. Both charities work tirelessly to support the Dorset communities, and we will continue to give them our full support.
Last week we welcomed Patsy Hallmey and some young VIPs from the Dorset Children's Foundation to the Centre. Stanley, Noah, Kitty and Braiden had a fantastic time exploring our showroom cars. The Dorset Children's Foundation aims to improve the lives of sick and disabled children by providing financial support towards medical expenses, therapies, equipment and life-enriching experiences not normally provided by the NHS. Every penny donated on their Just Giving Website goes towards their causes. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their Facebook page for more information.
Macmillan Cancer Support said “This donation is absolutely fantastic and will enable us to provide around 160 hours of Macmillan nursing to people living with cancer. Our nurses make a huge difference to people when they are diagnosed, supporting them both clinically and emotionally during what can only be described as one of the most traumatic times in their lives – thank you.” Please visit their website for more information.
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