A ‘TREE’AT FOR HARIBO
As a thank you for HARIBO’s long-standing support, The Prince of Wales Hospice has planted a tree in the brand’s name.
The sweet gesture will see a native broadleaf tree, one of 20 gifted to the charity by HM Lord-Lieutenant of West Yorkshire, planted by Welcome to Yorkshire in one of its Trees for Yorkshire woodlands.
David Stewart, the Chief Executive at The Prince of Wales Hospice, commented: “Our partnership is a long-standing one and planting a tree for the future is a special way for us to recognise HARIBO’s contribution to The Prince of Wales Hospice and the Five Towns Community”.
Julie Beaman, Communications Assistant at HARIBO comments: “This is a real treat for HARIBO. When we received the certificate of planting, it certainly made us all smile.
“We all do our very best to support The Prince of Wales Hospice and know that the team there do amazing work and have such a positive impact on the lives of young people and their families – we are certainly proud to have a tree planted in the HARIBO name.”
To find out more about The Prince of Wales Hospice, visit: The Prince of Wales Hospice - UK Charity Fundraising & Palliative Care (pwh.org.uk)