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    Coventry Nisa Local donates £2,000 to local children hospice

    Nisa Local Riley Square in Coventry has donated £2,000 to Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice through their Making a Difference Locally (MADL) fund.

    Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice in Coventry provides specialist palliative care for babies and young children with life-limiting illnesses. The hospice relies almost entirely on public donations to offer its services free of charge.

    “We are incredibly grateful to Nisa Local Riley Square for their generous donation,” said Lara Taylerson-Whyte, corporate fundraiser for Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice Coventry. “This donation will allow us to continue providing vital care to children and their families in our community.”

    “I am delighted to support our local community in such a positive way,” said Himanshu Shah, owner of Nisa Local Riley Square in Coventry. “Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice does incredible work, and we are proud to be able to help them continue their important mission.”

    Zoe’s Place works to ensure that very unwell children can enjoy the best possible quality of life. Their nurse-led team delivers individualized, all-encompassing care to children and their families, helping them live life to its fullest. Zoe’s Place is almost entirely run on public donations, and it is thanks to support from the community that they can offer their services free of charge.

    Nisa Local Riley Square in Coventry is an independent convenience store that is committed to serving the local community. They offer a wide variety of groceries, household goods, and fresh produce. The store is a proud supporter of Making a Difference Locally, Nisa’s charity initiative which supports local causes across the UK.

    Kate Carroll, head of charity at Nisa, added: “This is such a worthwhile cause and I’m delighted Himanshu has chosen Zoe’s Place to receive such a sizeable donation. MADL gives independent retailers the opportunity to build a funding pot through sales of Co-op own brand products which is then used on super causes such as Zoe’s Place.”

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