Carl Lewis Foundation makes its first grant to The Myton Hospices

The Foundation made its first grant payment in December, to The Myton Hospices. We are thrilled that our first grant, of £3,000 was given to the Coventry Myton Hospice, who looked after Carl so well during his illness.

We would like to say a huge thank you to The Carl Lewis Foundation, to Angie, Jane and all those who helped to raise the funds. The generous grant will help to ensure that we can provide care and support for more people like Carl and will make a real difference for our patients and their families.

Caroline Green, Senior Trust Officer at The Myton Hospices

The hospice will be using the grant to buy a syringe driver and to help towards the upkeep of the relatives’ accommodation and nursing and care costs at the Coventry In-patient Unit.

The Carl Lewis Foundation Trustees, Angie Archer & Jane Ibbett, handed over the £3,000 cheque to Coventry Myton Hospice Nurse, Liz Leake.

Carl’s mum Angie also volunteers at our Bedford Street shop in Leamington Spa and added “I felt it important that our first grant went to Myton as a thanks for the care we received.”

“We are thrilled that our first grant is going to the Coventry Myton Hospice, who looked after Carl so well during his illness. The hospice will be using the grant to buy a syringe driver and to help towards the upkeep of the relatives’ accommodation and nursing and care costs at the Coventry Inpatient Unit.”

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