Sutcliffe to host Liverpool charity ball

Civil and structural engineering firm Sutcliffe will host a charity ball at the Titanic Hotel’s Rum Warehouse in Liverpool this week

Sean Keyes
Sean Keyes, managing director of Sutcliffe


Liverpool civil and structural engineering firm Sutcliffe will look to raise £50,000 at a charity ball in the city this week.

On Friday, April 21, Sutcliffe will host the ball at the Titanic Hotel’s Rum Warehouse in Liverpool’s northern docklands. It will raise money for the Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and its SWAN model across the Liverpool city region.

Sutcliffe’s aim is to raise £50,000, which will help the NHS support more patients and their families with excellence, individualised end-of-life and bereavement care for every patient, every family, at every time.

Sutcliffe has worked on a number of healthcare projects across the North West including Liverpool Royal, the Women’s, Arrowe Park, Clatterbridge, Aintree Hospitals, Christies, Countess of Chester and Stepping Hill.

Director of nursing at LUHFT and founder of the SWAN model, Fiona Murphy, will be in attendance on the night. Funds raised will be invested into the NHS and its end-of-life care teams.

Sean Keyes, managing director of Sutcliffe, said: “No matter your age, the NHS will have helped you in one way or another, whether that be at the start or the end of life.

“At Sutcliffe, we have always cared about the communities we work within and our charity ball is our way of saying thank you and giving back to an organisation that has helped millions of lives throughout the last 75 years.

“We hope that those attending the night, as well as those reading this will be able to dig deep and push us towards our target goal of £50,000 – if we can do this, then families across Liverpool city region will continue to receive quality care.”

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The event will include a prize draw, live music and an auction. This will offer prizes such as Eurovision tickets, a signed Pelé and Muhammad Ali print, plus signed Liverpool and Everton shirts.

Austin Wilkinson Demolition is headline sponsor of the evening, with further sponsors being Butterworth Spengler, Krol Corlett and Metro Developments.

Fiona Murphy added: “The SWAN model will vastly improve the experience for the patients and their loved ones at an extremely difficult time.

“I want to ensure that nothing is too much trouble; I want them to feel that there is compassion and understanding from everybody, from the cleaner to the consultant.”

For more information about Sutcliffe’s charity ball and to donate, visit the Just Giving page.

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