Firm To Sponsor Snowflake And Room On New Ward

9th October 2014

Law firm Irwin Mitchell has announced that it to increase its support for the Sheffield Children's Hospital charity's £10m 'Make it Better' appeal.

The high profile campaign, which aims to transform the children's hospital into a world-class facility, is raising money for a new block with a basement car park, a new main entrance, a ground floor out-patients department, single rooms with en suite facilities, external landscaped areas, specialist medical equipment and facilities. Irwin Mitchell is a long standing supporter of The Children's Hospital Charity and has announced that it is to sponsor one of the building's famous snowflakes in the run up to Christmas. It has also revealed that it will sponsor one of the 48 rooms in the Hospital's new wing. Paul Firth, Regional Managing Partner at Irwin Mitchell's Sheffield office, said: -We have been a supporter of the Children's Hospital for a long time and have sponsored a snowflake on the building for the last five years. -We were keen to take this support further and sponsoring a room in the new ward was the ideal way for the firm to demonstrate its long-term support and commitment for such an important charity. The Children's Hospital, Sheffield is one of only four stand-alone Children's NHS Trusts in the UK. The hospital is a Centre of Excellence in many areas and consequently over 245,000 patient journeys are made to our hospital a year, helping children from our region, the UK and worldwide to receive the best care possible.

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