Two special respiratory machines have been donated to the Neonatal Unit at Milton Keynes Hospital, thanks to easycopiers.
The local business has raised cash for the Little Lives Appeal in all manner of ways - from a spooky Halloween collection to taking part in the hospital charity’s Chirstmas Jumper Day.
Their efforts have resulted in the hospital taking delivery of the Vapotherm machines which offer a high level of respiratory support to tiny babies at the hospital.
“We’re so proud to have made a differnece and we’re overwhelmed with the support the general public showed, so thank you to everyone who contributed,” said Matthew Fincher, marketing manager at easycopiers.
“We will continue to support the Little Lives Appeal as the work they do really does help care for the babies who stay on the neonatal unit,” he added.
The Little Lives Appeal raises money for the Neonatal Unit which annually cares for more than 350 babies who are born too early, too small or very ill.