The Pen Warehouse helps hospice

The PenWarehouse has supported a local hospice with a donation of printed pens.

Phyllis Tuckwell is a charity close to the hearts of the trade-only supplier as members of staff have had family members cared for by the hospice.

Two thousand Alaska Frost ball pens, printed with the charity’s logo, are to be used to help promote Phyllis Tuckwell’s 40th anniversary. The hospice looks after people with terminal illness and supports more than 250 patients each day.

Only about 20% of its funding comes from the government – the rest comes from charitable donations and the hard work of a fundraising team. Jade Fuller, customer service. administrator at The PenWarehouse, met with community fundraiser Samantha West to hand over the pens.

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