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Children in Birmingham who had to spend Easter in hospital were able to enjoy getting creative over the long weekend thanks to generous donations from our Birmingham office.
They donated a range of arts and crafting products which included crayons, felt tips and colouring books for the young patients at Birmingham Children’s Hospital to keep them entertained over the Easter weekend, as well as provide a bit of Easter joy to the patients who could not eat Easter eggs for various reasons.
One of our associate partners, Ashley Clews, who went along to the hospital, said: “We enjoy giving back to the communities in which we work, and since the opening of our Birmingham office, we are very keen to get involved.
“Birmingham Children’s Hospital does incredible work for so many children in the city, and we thought the children there would greatly benefit from an Easter donation.
“Donating a range of crafting items to the children unfortunate enough to be in hospital over the Easter period was the least we could do, and it meant that any children who for health reasons cannot enjoy a chocolate egg would have also had fun over the bank holiday weekend.
“We hope the children enjoy the art supplies, and we’re looking forward to furthering our charitable relationship with Birmingham Children’s Hospital in the near future.”
One of partners at our Birmingham office, Ashish Patel, also went along to the hospital, he said: “Since establishing our Birmingham city centre office a few months ago we have aligned ourselves to several local charities and volunteering projects
“It is so wonderful to be able to add Birmingham Children’s Hospital to this list and hopefully bring a smile to a few faces this Easter.”
Kathy Chappell, from Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, added: “Making sure our brave patients have the best possible experience while they’re with us is a key part of our charity’s mission, so we'd like to say a huge thank you to Fisher German for its fantastic donation of crafting supplies for our poorly children. 
“Thanks to the team’s generosity, patients spending the Easter period in hospital had plenty of hands-on activities to keep them occupied and distracted from their treatment.”