Orbitas Donation Cheque - August 2020 (1)

South Cheshire charity The End of Life Partnership has been awarded a £10,000 donation from Cheshire East Council owned Orbitas.

The charity was hailed for its response to the pandemic, working with local communities and professionals for good quality end of life and bereavement care.

Orbitas, which offers bereavement and handyperson services, donated the funds to to help EOLP continue working with those in need of support with loss and grief.

Cllr David Marren, Chairman of Orbitas Bereavement Services, said “Orbitas recognises the good work undertaken by the End of Life Partnership in providing care and support for individuals and families across Cheshire East and is delighted to be able to provide some financial support.

“End of life is difficult and problematic, particularly so for family members and we provide support to the EOLP because we believe in its vision that everyone should experience compassionate and personalised end of life care.

“That will help those left behind carry on more easily”

Salli Jeynes, CEO, The End of Life Partnership, added: “I would like to thank Orbitas for their very generous donation.

“Now, more than ever, our charity needs the steadfast support of organisations such as Orbitas in order to carry on supporting people affected by illness, loss and grief.

“I look forward to working together in the future.”

(Pic: L-R, Mark Darbyshire and Cllr David Marren, of Orbitas, and Salli Jeynes and James MacDonald, The End of Life Partnership)

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