Corporate gift for charity

GM Fundraising is offering framed prints of a rainbow to raise funds for Hope House Children’s Hospices this Christmas.

Each print is framed to order, featuring the company’s logo, and will help support the charity.

Gary Morton, founder of GM Fundraising, said: “Like all charities, Hope House has been very hard hit this year. Rather than giving the usual corporate gifts this Christmas, I’d urge everyone to consider making charitable donations. These framed prints are a great way to support Hope House and show you care. The rainbow is probably the symbol of 2020 and this one has been designed by the special children at Hope House Children’s Hospices.

“During the Covid-19 pandemic, Hope House has had to adapt its services to make sure children and their families continue to receive support and care when they need it most. All face-to-face nursing now requires the use of full PPE and the average cost of this per day is £78 per child, adding to the always-urgent need for funds.”

Hope House Children’s Hospices provides specialist nursing care and support to children with life-limiting conditions. They help their parents and families too, both throughout the lifetime of a child and often well beyond.

The prints are available for a minimum donation of £156 plus postage, which would buy two days of PPE for one child at Hope House.

To order one or more prints, email For pre-Christmas delivery, orders must be received by November 30, 2020.