Haslers in Loughton announces its charity plans

Lawrence Shafier, a partner, Tanya King from Havens Hospices, Michael Watts, a partner and head of the Haslers Foundation and Lydia Plews from the insolvency department

Lawrence Shafier, a partner, Tanya King from Havens Hospices, Michael Watts, a partner and head of the Haslers Foundation and Lydia Plews from the insolvency department

First published in News East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Sub Editor

A business has announced that it will support two hospices over the coming year.

Staff at Haslers accountants in Old Station Road, Loughton, plan to put their efforts towards raising money for Fair Havens Hospice and Little Havens Hospice near Southend through the Haslers Foundation.

Michael Watts, a partner at the firm, said: “Havens Hospices provide much-needed care and respite for children and adults with illnesses which could shorten their lives.

“Throughout the year our staff will be getting actively involved in many fundraising events to raise as much cash as possible.”

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10:35am Fri 18 Jan 13

Cornbeefur says...

Fantastic news and a great Logo in the background.
Fantastic news and a great Logo in the background. Cornbeefur
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