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Members of the Deliver Net office team visited Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds to deliver a range of donated consumable products and items of care equipment.

The hospice, run by the Sue Ryder charity, provides clinical, emotional and practical support to people facing terminal illness.

As well as having rooms for up to 18 patients receiving palliative care, the service also supports hundreds of people in the local community, through out-patient clinics, bereavement support, physiotherapy and counselling.

Senior Hospice Fundraiser, Paula Guanaria, explained why donations are so vital: “The service we provide is totally free for our patients and their families. We need to raise around £11,000 each and every day in order to keep those services going, so we’re delighted to accept this generous donation from Deliver Net – it will make a huge difference.”

If you or your company would also like to support Wheatfields Hospice, there are lots of ways to help: donate your time as a volunteer, run a sponsored event or join the ‘Wheatfields 40 for 40 Club’ – which aims to raise £40,000 to mark the 40th anniversary of the service.
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Residents at the newly-opened Springbank care home in Silsden, West Yorkshire, recently enjoyed a visit this week from members of the team at Deliver Net, who are completing a cycling challenge for charity.

Members of ‘Team Deliver Net’ are attempting to cycle 300 miles to raise vital funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK and are clocking up the miles on road bikes and static exercise bikes.

‘Pedalling a good cause’

Deliver Net interior designer and cycling team member, Julie Cawood, “This is a cause we’re all really passionate about, not least because many of the 1,200 care homes we supply provide specialist dementia care. The reality is that 1 in 3 of us will go on to develop one form of dementia. We’re doing what we can to change that.”

Springbank owner, Steven Spellman added “It’s been really enjoyable for the residents to cheer on a cycling session and we’re delighted to sponsor the Deliver Net team challenge.”

Originally built in 1875, Springbank has been lovingly restored and modernised over the past 2 years, including a range of soft furnishings supplied by Deliver Net and can now accommodate 41 residents in high quality surroundings, which still maintain many stunning original features.
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The Deliver Net team is donning the lycra and attempting a mammoth 300mile cycle ride to raise much-needed funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK.

‘Team Deliver Net’ is aiming to complete the challenge by the end of January and will be covering the miles on road bikes or static exercise bikes, very kindly provided by Grand Fitness Skipton.

Sadly, dementia care is woefully under-funded and our understanding of the condition, and its treatment, barely scratches the surface.

The reality is the one in three of us will go on to develop one form of dementia.

Most of us will have close friends or relatives who are either living with dementia themselves or may be caring for someone.

As well affecting many of us personally, dementia care is also a real and daily challenge for many of our clients. We hope that our fundraising efforts will make a small but important difference in eventually finding a cure for this often devastating condition.

If you’d like to get behind Team Deliver Net, please visit the link below to see our progress and make a donation, however small. We’d also love it if you could provide us with some extra motivation by liking and sharing our updates on social media.

https://cycling-down-dementia-the-pioneer-challenge-300-miles.everydayhero.com/uk/team-deliver-net?_ga=2.224793362.94318166.1516268208-1586829390.1511879009
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URGENT APPEAL: 

Please donate as much as food and daily living essentials as you can to your nearest food bank. 

We, here at #DeliverNet, have donated essentials to the Skipton Food Bank at the Skipton Baptist Church.

Anything you can donate will go a long way, it means a great deal for families who are struggling to make ends meet.

The demand for essentials is a lot greater at this time of year, please help them to help others.

You can drop items off at several locations in the local area as highlighted in the video.

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