Restart Scheme

Restart Scheme creates joy and hope with Easter donations

28th Mar 2024 Restart Scheme

This Easter, staff from across the Serco Restart Scheme in West Central England and Wales came together to spread joy and happiness to children in hospitals. The team worked tirelessly to collect Easter Eggs, handmade blankets, arts, crafts and toys to donate to children's hospitals in the region.

In Wales, the team donated items to Noah's Ark Children's Hospice, including Easter Eggs, handmade blankets (lovingly made by Chelsea Collins from the Cardiff office’s mum) along with numerous toys, arts and crafts.

In Coventry, Easter Eggs were donated to the children's ward at the University Hospital Coventry & Warwickshire, while West Bromwich and Trigate donated items to Sandwell Hospital Children's Unit at Sandwell General Hospital. The Birmingham office also donated items to Birmingham Children's Hospital.

Staff from the Restart Scheme visited most of the hospitals to personally deliver the donations, bringing smiles to the faces of the children and their families. Suki Gill, Social Value Lead, expressed her gratitude to all staff who contributed, noting that their generosity had truly made a difference in the lives of these children this Easter.

Overall, a total of 302 items were donated to children's hospitals across West Central England and Wales, bringing joy and hope to those in need during the holiday season. The team's efforts were a shining example of compassion and community spirit, showing that even small acts of kindness can make a big impact.


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