Business gives £7,000 for sick children

The Bolton News: From left, Mark Head, Bradshaw Gass Trust trustee, Taylor McCarthy, aged 17 months, using the oxygen saturation monitor with dad James McCarthy, and MedEquip4kids Sarah Suthers, at The Royal Bolton Hospital From left, Mark Head, Bradshaw Gass Trust trustee, Taylor McCarthy, aged 17 months, using the oxygen saturation monitor with dad James McCarthy, and MedEquip4kids Sarah Suthers, at The Royal Bolton Hospital

POORLY youngsters and their families will have help recovering at home thanks to a cash boost from a Bolton business.

Charity MedEquip4Kids was able to buy 17 oxygen saturation monitors for paediatric community teams in Bolton after Bolton engineering and design firm Bradshaw Gass donated £7,000 for the equipment.

The new monitors will allow the paediatric nurses to assess and treat children in their own homes.

Sarah Suthers, community fundraiser at MedEquip4Kids, said: “I wqould like to say thank you very much to Bradshaw Gass for their support of the charity. Children and babies in and around Bolton now have a better standard of health care due to the quality of equipment provided.”

To find out how you can help MedEquip4Kids, visit medequip4kids.org.uk

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