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Charity Donations Christmas 2017

17th January 2018

Over Christmas Oliver Clarke visited three charities to make donations with his daughter Lilly Mae Clarke who alongside her new brother Alfie George William Clarke who were born in November 2017 and her cousins Lydia Clarke, Emily and Thomas who was also born last year create the fifth generation of Clarke Transport will no doubt continue to join local charity events and raise awareness for years to come.  

Clarke Transport is continually donating and participating in charitable events that can make a difference to the lives of people in need. We have donated and have been involved in various fund-raising events for charity and over previous years have raised and donated thousands of pounds for various charities over the years but in the main, we now have three charities close to our hearts, Birmingham Dogs Home, Mary Stevens Hospice & The Acorns Trust.

Meet Maple. So, Oliver & Lilly Mae Clarke dropped one of our Christmas charity donations to Birmingham Dogs Home and enjoyed some love from one of the residents “maple” seen here being loved by Oliver Clarke who had a challenge in not letting his daughter Lilly Mae taking here home as an early Christmas present!

Birmingham Dogs Home tweeted, “The fantastic people from Clarke Transport have donated £1,000 to our gorgeous dogs!!! Thank you so much. Merry Christmas from everyone at Birmingham Dogs Home”

The other two charities we have donated to this Christmas was Mary Stevens Hospice who are a local charity who provide specialist care and support for people who are living with an incurable illness, and their families and Acorns Trust another local charity who are near and dear to our hearts Acorns Trust was established in 1988 and they provide specialist palliative care and support to local life limited and life threatened children and their families across the heart of England for almost 30 years. Last year, they have cared for 876 children and supported 1,097 families, including those who are bereaved across Birmingham and the West Midlands, including Coventry & Warwickshire, Walsall, Sandwell, Dudley, Wolverhampton, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Staffordshire and Shropshire regions.


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