Southampton Science Park has selected Jane Scarth House as its charity of the year for 2022 and it is aiming to raise £10,000.
Robin Chave, CEO of Southampton Science Park said:
“We are passionate about recognising valuable services conducted throughout our local community and therefore we are thrilled to be supporting Jane Scarth House throughout 2022.
Often, it is the large, well-known charities that benefit from commercial partnerships meaning that small, locally focused charitable enterprises miss out on much needed assistance. Jane Scarth House is one such charity. An extremely lean operation that receives no government funding, this independent charity relies on fundraising to provide much needed expertise and services to people throughout our area that are affected by cancer.
I hope that the whole Science Park community will join us in boosting awareness and raising funds to aid the charity’s team in their important work.”