In appreciation for healthcare workers who are committed to support teenagers with Cancer, Wells & Co. managed houses offered free “Thank you” meals throughout December as a token of appreciation for their services to Teenage Cancer Trust.
As you will recall, we began our corporate charity partnership with Teenage Cancer Trust back in March and the pub teams felt they really wanted to give something back to Nurses at Christmas time.
Each meal provided is completely free and features a range of seasonal dishes or choices from their festive menu. The offer includes a main course with the choice of a starter or a dessert, plus a complimentary alcoholic or soft drink at any of our 30 Managed houses.
Hailey Amani, Account Manager at Teenage Cancer Trust said, “Thank you so much to our lovely friends at Wells & Co for the kind offer of allowing our wonderful nurses and staff at our Teenage Cancer Trust unit at Addenbrookes to have a special Christmas treat to let them know how much we appreciate everything they do. We are so grateful to all of the pubs for making this happen.’
Peter Wells, CEO and fifth-generation family member commented, “We’re delighted to be able to support this cause. We know just how tirelessly and selflessly Nurses work and it’s the least we could offer as a thank you.”
The Teenage Cancer Trust and Wells & Co. partnership has been going from strength to strength and collectively, we have fundraised over £10,000 for the charity so far and this is just the start. We have plans to continue our strong fundraising efforts in our pubs and we can’t wait to see how much we can raise in 2023!
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