Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation is delighted to be working with Pinderfields Hospital ahead of their Christmas light switch-on tomorrow.
For the first time since the disruption caused by Covid-19, My Hospitals Charity will welcome visitors from across the community to come and attend as the build-up to the festive period begins.
Following the great partnership formed earlier in the year with their fundraising activity to raise money for a new MRI Scanner as well as our Christmas Selection Box appeal in December, Wakefield Trinity was happy to reach out to support, with first team player Corey Hall in attendance.
As a young player from the academy set up at Trinity, Corey has always been an advocate for positive community activity across the district and will be there for a meet & greet, while the centre will also be given the responsibility to switch the lights on.
Formulating partnerships such as this has always been really important and to have more contact with Pinderfields hospital is great for the Foundation.
“We cannot wait to work with the team at My Hospitals Charity,” said the Foundation’s Media & Commercial Executive, William Moore.
“To work with them earlier in the year as well as aid them with our Christmas Selection Box appeal is incredibly important, and we can’t wait to represent the club and the badge there tomorrow afternoon.”
Make sure you head to the atrium at Pinderfields Hospital tomorrow at 3pm to see the show in all its glory.