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Bludog donate Children's Volunteer T-shirts.
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Bludog donate Children's Volunteer T-shirts.

Published date: 11 January 2019 by Marc Dwyer

Bludog donate Children's Volunteer T-shirts.

Zoë's Place Baby Hospice were delighted to recieve a generous gift before Christmas from local clothing print company Bludog. The Holbrooks based company were contacted to provide a quotation for 200 T-shirts for our fledgling "Young Volunteers" scheme and owners Barinder Chahal and Sat Sahota kindly offered to donate the items to the hospice for free. 

Based in Kingswood close Bludog was founded in 2013. They offer print, embroidery, design and branding for all types of clothing. Active in the local community they have sponsored a number of local Athletes as well as being 2021 Coventry City of Culture Club Members. 

Elly Petrucci, Volunteer co-ordinator at Zoë's Place Baby Hospice said:

"There are a growing number of our volunteers who have young families, based on the feedback it's been such a rewarding experience to volunteer time as a family and we are so delighted Bludog stepped in to offer these T-shirts for the younger volunteers who helped at our Christmas collections most notably at the production of Dick Whittington by the Leamington Spa Centre and The Wasps Christmas Cracker which collectively raised just shy of £13,000 for Zoë's Place."

"This money will fund over 520 hours of care for children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions at the hospice"

To find out how you can make a difference in 2019 and volunteer your time contact Elly Petrucci via email


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