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Imosphere donates to HOPE this Christmas
Hope Community Services would like to say a massive thank you to Ismosphere Ltd in Nottingham for their very generous donations. Imosphere have donated coats, scarves, gloves, hats and clothing.
Imosphere Limited is an organisation based in Nottingham. They have worked in the health and social care sectors for over 20 years, developing solutions that meet the collective needs of practitioners, patients/service users and their carers, managers, policymakers and researchers.
HOPE’s CEO Alan said “We are extremely grateful to Imopshere for thinking about those in need. It’s especially important at this time of year, as we sometimes may take what we have for granted. It is great to be able to supply people with winter clothing and coats”
HOPE are extremely thankful for this very generous support. All donations, large or small, help HOPE provide the vital support services needed for those in crisis. To find out how you could support HOPE, call 01909 531294 ext.29, or email: email@example.com
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