Esteem Egg-stravaganza for Children this Easter

It really is an egg-cellent result - no yolk! This Easter Esteem has donated 250 chocolate eggs (effectively one for each Esteem employee) to children's hospitals and hospices across the country.

This Easter we're really pleased to have given back to the community by delivering 250 surprise Easter eggs to hospitals, hospices and bereavement services across the country. A huge thank you goes to our amazing team, Claire McNeil, Alan Skinner, James Shakesheff, Hayley Turgoose and Jane Randall who could be seen dashing around supermarkets with 50 chocolate eggs in their trollies before delivering them to our chosen charities:

Sunshine Partnership in Aberdeen

Alan Skinner was proud to deliver 50 chocolate eggs to the Sunshine Partnership, this organisation offers a free, confidential service for children and young people up to the age of 18 who have been affected by loss and bereavement.

Sheffield Children's Hospital Charity

James Shakesheff delivered 50 chocolate eggs to Sheffield Children's Hospital. The hospital provides a full range of services for children and young people in Sheffield and South Yorkshire and their specialised services receive referrals from across the UK and internationally. They provide emergency care for more than 52,000 children every year and are a designated paediatric major trauma centre.

Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity

Claire McNeil (pictured right) was pleased to hand over 50 chocolate eggs to Glasgow Children's Hospital. Every year 160,000 children from Scotland and beyond are treated at the Royal Hospital for Children. Some suffer from minor ailments, while others are fighting for their lives. Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity raises money to ensure that Scotland's sick children and their families receive the best possible care and experience whilst at hospital.

Shooting Star Chase Children's Hospice in Guildford

Jane Randall was delighted to deliver 50 chocolate eggs to the Shooting Star Chase Children's Hospice. From babies to young people up to the age of 21, the Hospice supports families from diagnosis to end of life and throughout bereavement with a range of nursing, practical, emotional and medical care.

Woodlands Children's Ward at Harrogate Hospital

Hayley Turgoose joyfully delivered 50 chocolate eggs to the Woodlands Children's Ward at Harrogate Hospital. This is a general paediatric (children's) ward treating infants, children and adolescents ranging in age from one day to 16 years old.

Well done team!

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