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Legal team spreads a little Christmas cheer

Aurora, based on Scot Lane in Doncaster town centre also has centres in Worksop and Mexborough, where they provide free wellbeing treatments for local people who are living with a cancer diagnosis.  They have extensively trained and highly experienced therapists who provide a wide range of treatments and support for patients and carers.
Prizes for the Christmas raffle were very kindly donated by Walkers nurseries, The Market Place Alehouse and Deli, the Hare and Tortoise, Lakeside Shopping, Magna and Atherton Godfrey.
Jodie Cook, chair of Atherton Godfrey’s charity committee, said: “We would like to say a huge thank you to all of the businesses who donated prizes for the raffle. Their generosity has helped us to raise a fantastic amount of money which will make a huge difference to Aurora in support of those who have been diagnosed with cancer.”
Emma McKay from Aurora’s fundraising team, said: “‘We are so grateful for the support we receive from Atherton Godfrey. We have been working with them from almost two years and really appreciate their continued support.
“There are obvious disadvantages to being a small local charity trying to compete with the major national charities but equally there are many advantages too. We make the best use of all the money donated to us to help people in their time of need and can maintain strong relationships with our supporters and Atherton Godfrey are the perfect example of this.”
Members of the charity committee presented Aurora with a cheque for £691.20.
 

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