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Oakland Golf Club Seniors raise a magnificent £8556.43

Oakland Golf Club cheque presentation

Pepper Trustee Pat Daley and Admin & Support Manager Donna Hughes were delighted to receive a bumper donation last week on behalf of The Foundation from 2016 Seniors Captain Terry Pace,  Chris Neville, Treasurer, and David Priest 2017 Seniors Captain at Oaklands Golf Club, Chalfont St Peter.

In total the Seniors raised £8556.43 during Terry's year as Captain through a variety of means, including the Senior Captain's Day and a regular lottery.   Pepper is so grateful for the generosity and support of everyone involved.

BBC Children in Need Success

We have received some excellent news regarding an application by the paediatric service to BBC Children in Need.  It has been successful and a grant award of £50,824 has been awarded which will part fund a part time children’s nurse to deliver hospice home care to children with life-limiting illnesses.  
The project aims to decrease children’s anxiety, social isolation and increase happiness and an award of this size is a fantastic boost for the children’s service.

Winter Ball 2016 Photos!


The Pepper Winter Ball 2016, held at The Grove on 26 November was a huge success.  Very many thanks to all our supporters and guests who between them raised over £25,000 and to all the generous people that donated live and silent auction prizes.  

You can see from the photos below that everyone had a great time (click on any of the individual photos to see an enlarged view of it).  We very much look forward to the next Pepper Ball.

Pepper Trustees attend Quanta's prestigious award ceremony

On Friday 7 October, two trustees, Eric Pillinger and Sally Symington, attended a presentation ceremony and luncheon hosted by Berkhamsted-based firm, Quanta, one of The Pepper Foundation’s Corporate Partners. The event celebrated Quanta receiving the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade earlier this year.  It was marked by the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, the Countess of Verulam, presenting the award, which included a crystal bowl and scroll, to CEO Stephen Trigg.