SBM signs up to back Greenfingers

by | Jun 9, 2017 | News | 0 comments

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After raising ?3,150 for the Great Garden Re-Leaf 20 Mile Walk, SBM Life Science has formalised its support for Greenfingers, making it the company?s Charity of the Year.

The SBM Life Science team, which is responsible for the Phostrogen?, Baby Bio? Toprose and Provado? brands, will organise events and activities throughout the forthcoming year in aid of Greenfingers.

?The newly formed SBM Life Science organisation is delighted to pledge its support and partnership to further help the terrific work of the Greenfingers Charity,? said Darren Brown, country head, SBM Life Science Ltd: ?The entire UK SBM team is motivated to make a difference to this terrific industry relevant cause.?

Linda Petrons, head of fundraising and communications at Greenfingers Charity, said: ?Following the team?s involvement in Garden Re-Leaf Day, we are delighted Life Science has chosen to support Greenfingers as their Charity of the Year.??We very much looking forward to working together to bring the precious gift of a garden to more children, and their families, who spend time in hospices across the UK.?

Greenfingers is a charity dedicated to creating beautiful, well-designed outdoor spaces at children?s hospices for the children and their families and friends to benefit from and enjoy.

To date the Greenfingers Charity has created 52 inspiring gardens and outdoor spaces in hospices around the country, and is planning seven more, four of which should be completed in the next 12 months.

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