Signs Express (Warrington) has donated a generous £2,500 to Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) to kick start the team’s fundraising efforts. LJLA has vowed to raise £100,000 over the next 12 months for Alder Hey Children’s Charity, a cause that is also close to Signs Express (Warrington’s) heart.
Winning a £2,500 charitable donation from Signs Express Ltd, the franchisor, for the team’s extraordinary performance over the first half of 2016, Signs Express (Warrington) has been moved by the ambition of their contacts at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) and decided to donate the whole amount to their efforts. David Morris, owner of Signs Express (Warrington), explains how the Children’s Hospital holds a special place in his admiration, “I think that this decision by the team at LJLA is brilliant. I have a family connection with the hospital and the greatest of respect for Alder Hey staff who are truly excellent. I am really proud to support both of these organisations in this manner.” The money raised by LJLA will go towards supporting Alder Hey’s latest initiative to create a world class ‘digital hospital’ that harnesses the latest in digital technology and applies it in the everyday activities of the Children’s Hospital. This project aims to transform communication and engagement between care providers, young patients and their families. If you would like to see what events the team at LJLA have in store, or support their charity of choice, take a look here: https://www.liverpoolairport.com/news/2016/10/ljla-to-become-fundraising-partner-with-alder-hey