ACCOUNTANTS at an Alcester based firm are hoping for a hole in one on their first charity golf day.
Staff at Zoo Accounting and Business Solutions are teeing off at The Welcombe Golf Club in Stratford on September 21 in aid of two local charities – Libby Mae’s Little Angels and The Myton Hospices.
Zeta Hewings, Director of Zoo Accounting, said: “It’s a privilege to donate our time and resources to raise vital funds for two incredible charities that carry out crucial work every year. We plan on making the event a success and aim to raise as much money as possible for both charities as well as raising awareness of the fantastic work they both do.”
Libby Mae’s Little Angels was founded in 2013 and helps to save babies lives across the Midlands by raising funds to support all 18 neonatal units in the region. The charity helps provide necessary medical equipment such as ventilators and incubators.
Libby Mae’s Little Angels founder, Charlotte Sharratt, said: “We are honoured to be supported by Zoo Accounting at their golf day this year, any funds that they raise for us will help us to continue our work supporting the neonatal units in the Midlands and help save more babies lives.”
The Myton Hospices were founded in 1982 and provide high quality, specialist care to patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families.
Myton Hospices spokesperson Chris Willmott said: “A huge thank you to Zoo Accounting for choosing Myton as one of its beneficiaries for its fabulous upcoming Golf Day. And a huge thank you to everyone who has already signed up to take part in what promises to be a great day of fun and fundraising at the Welcombe Golf Club.
“We need to raise £9.1million each year to continue to provide our services, free of charge, to terminally ill patients and their families across Warwickshire. And we can’t do it without the amazing support of events, companies and supporters like you.”