Felicity Irwin is the new patron of Lewis-Manning Hospice Care. She has extensive experience in both business and fundraising, and is a deputy lieutenant, supporting HM Lord-Lieutenant of Dorset Angus Campbell. She is also a former chairman of Care South.
Felicity has an impressive history of fundraising, having raised millions of pounds for a wide range of charitable causes over the years.
CEO of the hospice, Clare Gallie, welcomed Felicity, and said: “It is a great honour to have Felicity’s support and commitment to Lewis-Manning Hospice Care. We are really looking forward to working with her over the coming months.”
Felicity said: “I am delighted to be on board as patron at Lewis-Manning. I’ve had a long relationship with the hospice, dating back over 20 years, when I was instrumental in the fundraising behind the original extension at the previous site. As a former chairman of Care South, who are now partnering and working with Lewis Manning in many different aspects, I am delighted to continue this association as patron and to be wholly involved in the future of the hospice.”
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