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Nursing workwear company plans £10,000 fundraising drive for nurses in hardship

Staff at a nursing workwear company are planning bike rides, fun runs and bake sales to raise £10,000 for nurses in hardship. 
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Staff at a nursing workwear company are planning bike rides, fun runs and bake sales to raise 10,000 for nurses in hardship.

The company Alexandra has partnered with the national charity the Cavell Nurses Trust for the fundraising initiative.

The charity gives money and support to UK nurses experiencing financial or personal hardship, often because of illness, domestic abuse, disability and older age.

Much-needed support

The Bristol-based company is planning a number of fundraising events throughout this year, including taking part in International Nurses Day in May.

It will also wants to involve its customers in the fundraising through its website and customer database.

Managing director Martin Lyne said: The staff at Alexandra are all excited to be raising money for this fantastic cause and

Staff at a nursing workwear company are planning bike rides, fun runs and bake sales to raise £10,000 for nurses in hardship. 


National charity the Cavell Nurses’ Trust is partnering with Alexandra for the fundraising initiative. 

The company Alexandra has partnered with the national charity the Cavell Nurses’ Trust for the fundraising initiative. 

The charity gives money and support to UK nurses experiencing financial or personal hardship, often because of illness, domestic abuse, disability and older age.

Much-needed support

The Bristol-based company is planning a number of fundraising events throughout this year, including taking part in International Nurses’ Day in May. 

It will also wants to involve its customers in the fundraising through its website and customer database. 

Managing director Martin Lyne said: ‘The staff at Alexandra are all excited to be raising money for this fantastic cause and having fun while they do it.’

The company’s fundraising director Jorj Jarvie said: ‘Every pound staff raise will be vital in providing much-needed support, for example, to a nurse struggling to pay for transport to attend appointments for cancer treatment or a midwife trying to keep a home warm this winter for her family.’


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