21 October 2020

Urban Fox Construction partner with Southampton Hospitals Charity

Urban Fox Construction have officially launched their partnership with Southampton Hospitals Charity to benefit their youngest patients within Southampton Children’s Hospital.

Giacomo Stevens, Director, says:

Urban Fox Construction offers bespoke, high-quality new builds, refurbishments and extensions for residential clients across the South of England and are passionate about supporting our local community.

We’re supporting Southampton Children’s Hospital as we are a family orientated business, and believe that children should be given the best opportunity in life. We’ve seen the help the children’s hospital has provided to those in our community who use their services, and we want to support Southampton Hospitals Charity to continue to offer this through our partnership.”

Jeneen Thompson, Interim Joint Director (Head of Major Gifts) for Southampton Hospitals Charity says:

“We are delighted to partner with Urban Fox Construction to help our NHS heroes enhance care within Southampton Children’s Hospital.

We are one of only four children’s hospitals in the country to provide all specialist services on one site for around 150,000 children, and this partnership will raise life-changing funds for our youngest patients.

We look forward to working with Urban Fox Construction to make a lasting impact for our community.”

Payroll Giving Advantages, Southampton Hospitals Charity

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