LOROS welcomes new charity of the year partnership with retail display specialist Three Point


19 Jan 2024

LOROS has warmly welcomed the news that Three Point have announced the hospice as their charity of the year for 2024. 

The company, which is based in Bardon Hill in Leicester, specialises in retail displays and works with global brands such as Nike, Tim Horton and Foot Locker. 

Kicking off the partnership with a generous donation of £2,500, Three Point is also committed to supporting LOROS through utilising their skills and experience as well as staff volunteering at events and more. 

Three Point Managing Director Adam Gillott said: “We have supported and donated to many charities over the years, but always felt we could do more. Having recently visited LOROS Hospice in Glenfield, is became clear the incredible work they do, and the level of care and support they provide.  

“By establishing a long-term relationship with LOROS, we will also be able to provide staff volunteers, support events, and provide specialist products for their hospice and local stores. 

“I am absolutely delighted to be working with LOROS, and supporting such an amazing charity.” 

Caroline Baker, Deputy Chief Executive at LOROS Hospice, said: “We’re so pleased to be working with Three Point and their dedicated staff team.  

“As a leading retail design company with clients such as Nike, Three Point will be able to offer lots of expertise to our shops and fundraising events, so this partnership is so much more than a donation!  

“We’re really looking forward to working together.” 

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