Lingden Davies Cancer Fund - Sustainable Fundraising for 2024
In an exciting collaboration for a meaningful cause, Zero Waste Medals has proudly become the exclusive supplier of sustainable medals for all Lingden Davies Cancer Fund Charity fundraisers in 2024. This partnership marks a significant step towards promoting environmental consciousness and supporting a local charity with a rich history in Shrewsbury.
Lingen Davies Cancer Fund was Founded in 1979 by the then Mayor of Shrewsbury, Bernard Lingen, and local accountant Frank Davies. Lingen Davies Cancer Fund initially aimed to build and equip a new radiotherapy department at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital. Over the years, the charity has evolved to provide a comprehensive range of services, equipment, technology, staff, and cancer support to the wider community.
The organisation's commitment to enhancing the lives of local cancer patients has led to the establishment of a state-of-the-art Cancer Centre on-site, offering cutting-edge facilities and treatments for the benefit of the entire community.
Zero Waste Medals has a history of collaboration with Lingen Davies Cancer Fund, having previously supplied medals for events like the Colour Run and the innovative 'Titty Trail.'
Zero Waste Medals stands out as a forward-thinking supplier committed to environmental sustainability. Our medals are crafted with eco-friendly materials and production processes, aligning perfectly with Lingen Davies Cancer Fund's values of making a positive impact on both local communities and the planet.
By choosing Zero Waste Medals as their exclusive supplier, Lingen Davies Cancer Fund showcases a dedication to sustainability in their fundraising efforts. The partnership not only highlights the importance of supporting charitable causes but also emphasises the significance of doing so in an environmentally responsible manner.
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