Vote for the hospice in eBay online competition

HSL, in St Leonards, presenting three sofas to St Michael's Hospice.

L-R back row: Sylv Masters, Nikki Robinson, Karren Godfrey and Liz Fenner.

Sitting: Jodie Cornford, community fundraiser St Michael's Hospice. SUS-161205-110103001
HSL, in St Leonards, presenting three sofas to St Michael's Hospice. L-R back row: Sylv Masters, Nikki Robinson, Karren Godfrey and Liz Fenner. Sitting: Jodie Cornford, community fundraiser St Michael's Hospice. SUS-161205-110103001

St Michael’s Hospice is looking for the support of eBay users in a new competition, which could see the Hospice winning up to £7,000.

It’s free and really easy to vote. Visit www.stmichaelshospice.com/shops to find a link and instructions on how to vote. Your vote will also enter you in to a draw to win £250.

Hospice retail manager Alex Knight said: “The Hospice’s eBay shop raises approximately £100,000 a year towards the annual running costs of the Hospice.

“We are proud to have a fantastic selection of items, including furniture, electricals, clothing, books, music and much more.

“Our Retail operation relies on item donations from the community and we are always grateful to our supporters for their generosity.”

If you would like to make a donation of items, they can be donated at the Donation Centre or larger items can be collected. House clearances are also available and can be arranged by calling 01424 728728.

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