Acorns urge people to jump to task in supporting Leap Day appeal - The Worcester Observer

Acorns urge people to jump to task in supporting Leap Day appeal

Worcester Editorial 11th Feb, 2024   0

‘MAKE your extra day count and help us ensure lifeline care for local families never stops!’

That’s the passionate plea from Acorns Children’s Hospice this Leap Year.

The charity is calling on the public to help it fund an additional day of care for children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions this February 29 after launching a special appeal.

There are many ways you can support Acorns, from running for Acorns at Birmingham Running Festival and making a direct donation, to creating your own fundraiser or supporting Acorns at work.

Acorns chief executive Trevor Johnson said:

“Our children’s hospice care never takes a day off. The reassurance that we are here for children and families whenever they need us provides genuine comfort. Leap Years are no different.




“For Acorns, this means we must raise an additional day’s funding to deliver our specialist care and support.

“We only can be there for families with the help of our local communities. So, please, make your extra day count this Leap Year, you’ll be helping us make sure our lifeline care never stops.”


Acorns needs around £30,000 each day to provide its children’s hospice care, with two thirds of that amount coming from generous donations and fundraising by the local community.

Find out how you can help Acorns pay for the extra day this February 29 by visiting acorns.org.uk/extraday

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