Practise gift of giving by sharing unwanted presents with hospice

Rennie Grove Christmas card showing a snowy scene of the church at Tring

Rennie Grove Christmas card showing a snowy scene of the church at Tring

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Rennie Grove Hospice Care is urging people to donate their unwanted Christmas presents to the charity to help raise funds for local people with cancer and other life-limiting illness. 
Iain Miller, Director of Retail and Trading at Rennie Grove, said: “Our Iain Rennie Hospice at Home and Grove House charity shops always welcome donations of new and quality used goods.

“Please don’t stuff things at the back of a cupboard that will never see the light of day again, donate them to us safe in the knowledge that any money we make from them will be helping to support local patients and families.”

The charity’s 20 shops across Herts and Bucks are responsible for raising £2.2million in vital funds each year.

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In the year 2013 to 2014 Rennie Grove cared for 3,000 patients needing end of life care and their families.

Location details for each of the stores can be found at www.renniegrove.org/shops.