A Teesside-based Christian charity brought smiles to the faces of youngsters on the children’s wards at The James Cook University Hospital when they delivered Easter eggs to direct to their hospital beds.
Stockton based Sowing Seeds Ministries was chosen by Virgin Money Giving in Stockton to receive half of the Easter eggs it had collected.
The charity then decided to visit James Cook and share the eggs with patients on the children’s wards.
Katie Hand, senior sister on the children’s ward at the hospital, said: “We would like to say a big thank you for this generous donation. It is lovely for the children to receive the gift of an Easter egg while in hospital and I am sure they will be enjoyed.”
Tracey Porritt from Sowing Seeds Ministries, added: “We are extremely thankful to have been chosen by Virgin Money Giving in Stockton to receive half of the Easter eggs they have had donated during their special Easter campaign. We feel humbled to be able to share the love by blessing every child in hospital with a chocolate egg at this special time of Easter.”