Liverpool Lottery Winner
Lends Helping Hand at Baby Hospice
EUROMILLIONS winner, Emma Dunkley from
Formby, is helping to create a new outdoor relaxation area for a local Baby
Emma, who scooped ₤6.5M in November 2009, spent the day at Zoe's Place Baby
Hospice in West Derby, unveiling a new bench and planting autumn flowers.
Zoe's Place is very close to Emma's heart. In 2016 she joined other National
Lottery winners and helped to build a giant Gingerbread playhouse for the
children. She has also made numerous personal donations since her win.
Emma said:- "Zoe's Place is a truly remarkable charity that does
extraordinary things for young children and their families. Every time I visit,
I am so overwhelmed by the work that they do. As a mother myself, nothing gives
me greater joy than seeing children with a smile on their faces. I hope this new
outdoor area will provide many happy moments both for the children and their
Zoe's Place Baby Hospice looks after children
from birth to the age of 5 who have life limiting or life threatening
conditions, providing them with palliative, respite and end of life care.
Zoe's Place has received over ₤195,000 from the Big Lottery Fund to pay for
3 additional Nurses; all thanks to National Lottery players.
Carol Kirkham, Fundraising Manger at Zoe's Place said:-
"As a charity, we rely solely on the generosity of others. We are so grateful to
have had the support of Emma and The National Lottery over the last year in
helping transform our outdoor space. We have many young children and
families that use this area daily. It has become a great spot for them to spend
Zoe's Place is just one of thousands of projects in the North West to benefit
from National Lottery funding.
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