HARIBO sponsors "The big hospice celebrity quiz’

HARIBO is pleased to be supporting ‘The Big Hospice Celebrity Quiz’, hosted by the Prince of Wales Hospice.

Taking place on 24th July at 7pm, the virtual quiz will be facilitated by hospice nurses and will feature pre-recorded questions from celebrities including Joe McGann, Shobna Gulati, Kate Ford, Layton Williams, Patrick Monahan and Shane Richie.

Free to enter, the quiz is set to be a fun night in for all the family. Those who choose to donate over the course of the evening, will be entered into a prize draw to win a fantastic £250 - courtesy of HARIBO.

Julie Beaman, Communications Assistant at HARIBO, comments:

“Having worked with the Prince of Wales Hospice for several years, we are thrilled to be offering our support for this fun-filled event. Now, more than ever, they need our assistance and we are happy to be able to help. We hope that this fantastic family occasion will encourage much-needed donations, no matter how small, from those who choose to take part.”

Based in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, The Prince of Wales Hospice provides palliative care and support for people with life-limiting illnesses, while also helping families through what is an emotionally challenging time for all.

For further information about the Prince of Wales Hospice, to find out more about the virtual quiz, or to make a donation, please visit: www.pwh.org.uk/thebigquiz

Following many years of working together, HARIBO has once again named local organisations, Martin House Hospice Care for Children and Young People and the Prince of Wales Hospice, as charities which will benefit from the brand’s support during 2020.

Charity spelled with hearts

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Castleford factory with blue light

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Representatives of Leeds Community Foundation and HARIBO in front of HARIBO building