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Last week we got the Pulse Mental Health team raising money with a charity bake off from home. Run like a technical challenge on GBBO, our contestants got the ingredients and cooking temperatures but no instructions! And the result? Some beautiful cakes and more donations going to a good cause. This was all in the spirit of raising money for our chosen charity this year: Archie’s Journey. If you would like to donate please click on the link, all donations are welcome.
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The Pulse Nursing London have been collecting for Euston Foodbank.
The Pulse Nursing team tucking into some pancakes on Pancake Day
Throwback to when Secret Santa paid a visit to our Manchester office to hand out Christmas presents.
The Pulse Nursing team in London managed to collect over 40 coats for the brilliant charity, Wrap Up London! Well done team :-)
Pulse Nursing is delighted to announce that we raised £2,350 for the Florence Nightingale Foundation. The Foundation will use our donation to host a celebration day for a leadership programme they are currently running for band 5 and 6 nurses in the Midlands.
At Pulse, we are committed to doing our bit to help raise funds and awareness for charitable causes. Each year, we nominate a new charity; for 2020, we have chosen to support Archie's Journey. Archie's Journey is centred around raising money and awareness for 3 year old Archie, an identical twin who has been diagnosed with stage 4 high-risk neuroblastoma. As one of the rarest and hardest to cure of all childhood cancers, Archie's treatment began the day after his diagnosis. However, the process of treating neuroblastoma is a long and aggressive one. Sadly, children that have successful treatment still have a 50% chance of relapsing. And once a child relapses, there is only a 10% chance of survival. We are helping to raise vital funds for Archie which would enable him to receive a vaccination that is currently available in the US. Click on the link to find out more about Archie's Journey and how you can help support this cause.