St Austell Printing Company is proud to have teamed up with Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) to help poorly children and their families get creative during their stay.
We recently announced that we’re donating some of our scrap paper to CHSW, which is being used in their ‘messy play’ rooms for arts and crafts.
The CHSW team came to pick up the latest collection of paper from our factory on the outskirts of St Austell last week.
Claire Frost from CHSW said: “Thank you to SAPC for donating their leftover paper to our hospices; this will be used by the children and families who use our service.
“We look forward to seeing some beautiful artwork from our children and their siblings, creating precious memories for their family into the future. We are quite sure the Mums and Dads will enjoy doing some crafting too.
“Coming to the hospice allows the parents time to relax and recharge, knowing that their child is being looked after”
Amanda Moody, Director of SAPC arranged the donation, and is keen to continue providing paper on a regular basis: “Little Harbour is an inspiring place, and the work that CHSW do to support the young people who use their service, as well as their families is nothing short of extraordinary.
“Normally all our paper is recycled in a traditional way, but when we were asked to provide some of our scrap paper for the hospice, we were of course happy to help.
“We’re looking forward to seeing some of the colourful artwork the children and their families create.”