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Today we’re very excited to introduce you to the new MedEquip4Kids website, which includes a sleek new logo and updated strapline with stylish graphics and font. You’ll see that our mascot Pip has also had a makeover for 2022! A massive thank you goes to Gary, Paul and the team at Cultivate Creative in St Helens for revitalising our charity brand and for vastly improving the layout and functionality of our site. Why not have a look around the website now and read about all our latest projects, stories and news?

As a small charity, we try to ensure that as much of our funding as possible goes directly to support children’s healthcare, meaning we don’t have much left over to invest in our website, so we were delighted when we were offered a grant towards the new site from the VINCI Foundation. The partnership with the Foundation was achieved through our corporate sponsor Nuvia, a nuclear specialist firm which is part of the VINCI Group.

Chris Medlock, Corporate Communications Manager at Nuvia says: “Following the award of funding through the VINCI Foundation, it has been an absolute pleasure supporting MedEquip4Kids with the development of their new website. I have seen first-hand the excellent projects and activities they support, the positive impact in supporting the health of children and babies and the incredible mental health workshops they do through the Hummingbird Project.”

A special mention also goes to Mark Evans and his 10-year-old twins Ruben and Elena for introducing us to Nuvia and facilitating our VINCI Foundation application. Mark and his family have been fundraising for us for two years and are enabling us to provide a wireless heart monitor for the birth centre at Warrington Hospital to help keep mum and baby safe during labour and birth.

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“This new incubator has the addition of scales to weigh the baby with the minimum of disruption. It also has integral oxygen, which minimises kit and clutter around the incubator space. We will be able to control the temperature, humidity and oxygen to suit the baby’s individual requirements.”

Julie Armstrong
Lead Nurse, Neo Natal Unit
Wigan Infirmary

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