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Simplyhealth donates £1,500 to local armed forces charity

Local healthcare provider Simplyhealth has donated £1,500 to the Hampshire branch of national charity, SSAFA (Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association Forces Help), from the proceeds of a recent dress down day.

Mark Day, spokesperson for Simplyhealth's Andover Community Fund says; "We are committed to supporting our local communities, the armed forces have a big presence in and around Andover and we are pleased that our donation will help SSAFA to continue its great work in the area."
SSAFA provides financial, practical and emotional assistance to anyone that is currently serving or has ever served in the Army, Navy or RAF, and their families. For more information visit http://www.ssafa.org.uk.

For further information about Simplyhealth visit www.simplyhealth.co.uk. Simplyhealth has active community funds in four of its locations, Andover, Bristol, Leeds and Manchester, which exist to support charities and organisations in the local community. To contact the Andover community fund please email lynn.marriner@simplyhealth.co.uk. Visit Simplyhealth's Facebook page www.facebook.com/simplyhealthuk to find out more on how the company works with local and national charities

Richard Leighton Chairman at SSAFA
We want to say a huge thank you to Simplyhealth for its generous donation and to its employees for nominating us as one of their chosen charities for November.

Each year, our trained staff and network of 7,500 volunteers across the UK provide practical support and assistance to more than 44,000 people. This included 1,466 veterans in Hampshire.

Simplyhealth's donation will help us to continue to offer practical, emotional and financial support to anyone with any connection, past or present, to the Armed Forces in the local area.

We help a whole range of people with different challenges; whether they are a serving family looking at adoption; a veteran in need of a new cooker; a mother needing a place to stay whilst her son recovers from an injury; or a family in need of a short respite break, we are here to help."
Richard Leighton Chairman at SSAFA
Mark Day Customer Services Director, Simplyhealth
We are committed to supporting our local communities, the armed forces have a big presence in and around Andover and we are pleased that our donation will help SSAFA to continue its great work in the area
Mark Day Customer Services Director, Simplyhealth
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About Simplyhealth

We became Simplyhealth in 2009 after bringing together HSA, BCWA, LHF, HealthSure, Totally Active, our family of health companies have joined together over the last ten years to form Simplyhealth

In December 2011, we acquired Denplan Limited, the UK's leading dental payment plan specialist.

We've been providing healthcare solutions for 140 years, dedicated to serving our customers and patients through a variety of cash plans, dental plans, private medical insurance, self funded health plans and mobility and living aids

Simplyhealth is a trading name of Simplyhealth Access, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority

Simplyhealth as it stands today, now covers nearly four million people with health plans (more than any other company) and helps 20,000 companies with their employees' health

Simplyhealth is committed to making a positive impact on its communities. Each year, we donate over £1 million to health related charities and causes

About St Mungo's

St Mungo's runs over 100 projects across London and the South, providing accommodation for around 1,700 residents each night. The charity supports people with housing, health and work opportunities, helping people to rebuild a life away from homelessness.  Contact the PAL scheme in Bristol on 0117 9440581,

Gemma Hollingshead, St Mungo's press office, on 020 8762 5570.

 

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