Principality, Hereford branch yesterday took part in the 15,000 steps challenge for International Nurses Day, whilst raising funds for their Charity partner Teenage Cancer Trust.
Sarah Caton, Branch Manager – Hereford, Principality Building Society said:
‘’We were thrilled to take part in the 15,000 steps challenge yesterday in recognition of International Nurses Day and to raise vital funds for our charity partner Teenage Cancer Trust.
As a member-owned organisation, Principality is passionate about supporting the communities we live and work in. The funds raised yesterday and during our partnership will go towards supporting two specialist cancer outreach nurse roles with Teenage Cancer Trust for two years. Thank you to all nurses who are doing an incredible job supporting the Hereford community.’’
Stacey Hawdon, Senior Relationship Manager at Teenage Cancer Trust said:
“We are so grateful to all Principality colleagues in Hereford for walking in solidarity with our nurses and raising funds for young people affected by cancer.Their support will help fund two outreach nurses, so that young people will be able to access age-appropriate nursing support to help them through the huge challenges they face.
On behalf of nurses across in the UK I’d like to say a huge thank you to Principality.”
As an aside, Principality also launched a range of mortgage and savings products last year to say thank you to NHS workers in Wales and the borders. Please see more information here: www.principality.co.uk/thankyou