At Eximius Live-in Support, we like to give back by attending charitable events, making charitable donations and fundraising. You can see some examples of this below.
The King’s Coronation Big Lunch
On Friday 5th May 2023 to celebrate the King’s Coronation we held a Coronation Cake Sale. We are very pleased to share that we raised £49.39.
This amount will pay for a patient in the Day Therapy Unit or In-Patient Unit at Thames Hospice in Maidenhead to receive a Physiotherapy appointment!
The Cornflower Ball
On the 17th March 2023, Kate attended a huge Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) event in Manchester which supports individuals living with a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI). The annual black-tie event raises vital funds and awareness for those with a SCI and gives huge thanks to all the hard work the SIA does when supporting thousands of people each year.
Go Yellow for Marie Curie
On Friday 3rd March, the Eximius girls dressed in YELLOW to support Marie Curie’s The Great Daffodil appeal! This is a charity close to our hearts and can help nurses to give urgent care to those terminally ill.
Maria’s March dog walk Challenge for Dementia
Throughout the whole of March 2023, Maria pounded the pavements (and snowy fields!) with her lovely Cockapoo Harry for Dementia UK.
They’ve shared some beautiful walks, in all weathers to raise awareness and funds to support this incredible cause.
Our very own Hollie completed a skydive in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society. It’s a cause very close to her heart, as her granddad sadly passed away from dementia in 2020.
“I really want to raise more awareness and money so that more research can be done in the hope for cures to be created in the future.
Alzheimer’s Society is transforming the landscape of dementia forever. Until the day we find a cure, we will create a society where those affected by dementia are supported and accepted, able to live in their community without fear or prejudice” – Hollie.
Here is our amazing team at the Spinal Injuries Association 2022 Gunpowder Ball. The Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) provide a lifeline for those suffering with spinal injuries, as well as support for their families.
Our team wanted to attend the ball to show their support for this fantastic organisation. Eximius Live-in Support are a trusted partner of the Spinal Injuries Association.
Lianna organised our Elf Day 2022.
Eximius staff raised money for Alzheimer’s Society by dressing up as elves and handing out mince pies in the local community of Beaconsfield!
Please donate anything you can so we can reach our target and raise the funds to support people and their loved ones, who are living with Alzheimer’s disease by clicking here.