Hope for Tomorrow is delighted to have been chosen by Gloucestershire Care Providers Association (GCPA) to be their new charity partner.
GCPA is a membership body open to all independent providers of social care (private, not-for-profit and charitable organisations) delivering care to people in their own homes or in a residential setting within Gloucestershire.
Both parties are looking forward to working together to raise funds and the profile of the charity in whatever way they can.
Hope for Tomorrow Chief Executive Tina Seymour said “We are thrilled to be chosen as the GCPA charity partner, I see real synergy between the two organisations as Hope for Tomorrow’s purpose is to change the way cancer care is delivered. Our mobile cancer care units mean so much to cancer patients in Gloucestershire and in our other localities. It enables them to save time by having their cancer care closer to home, saving them time and energy to be with the people that mean the most. As a small charity that makes a big impact with over 14,000 treatments administered across our fleet in 2018 the support of GCPA will go a long way to helping us to keep the wheels turning.”
GCPA Business Operations Manager, Riki Moody says “We are tremendously privileged to have services like that on offer by Hope for Tomorrow within the county. It is unfortunate to need the services that they provide but as we are nearly all affected by the terrible disease of cancer, it is a great honour to support Hope for Tomorrow as our Charity Partner and we look forward to working with Tina and the team to raise much needed funds”.