We are thrilled to announce that Harvester South Coast have chosen Together for Short Lives as their Charity of the Year for 2019.
Harvester’s family-friendly restaurants and Together for Short Lives are both committed to bringing families together. The partnership will aim to build on this strong value to create more precious memories for seriously ill children and their families at local children’s hospices.
Zahra Scott, Head of Corporate Partnerships at Together for Short Lives said:
“We are delighted to be Harvester South Coast’s charity of the year. Harvester’s family-friendly atmosphere and focus on fresh food has been bringing families together for over 30 years. Their support of Together for Short Lives will help to fund life-changing care, providing families at local children’s hospices with the support they need so they too can focus on spending quality time together and making precious memories.”
Harvester South Coast’s 14 restaurants will support seriously ill children and their families throughout 2019 by raising vital funds for Together for Short Lives and two local children’s hospices, Chestnut Tree House and Naomi House & Jacksplace. Each of the restaurants will be twinned with their local hospice, so that funds raised by staff will go to supporting children and families in their own communities.
Barry Smith, Harvester South Coast Regional Manager, and Ashleigh Harrison-Buckley, District Charity Champion said:
“Harvester South Coast is excited to have this opportunity to raise vital funds for Together for Short Lives and our two local twinned charities, Naomi House and Chestnut Tree House, as well as raise awareness and aid in supporting them within our 14 restaurants and the wider communities.”