Tercon is very pleased to announce its continued involvement in supporting the Jessie May Children’s Hospice at Home charityover the next twelve months.

Last year the company raised £2,477.79 for the charity and will continue its fundraising events during the year in order to achieve its new target figure.

Jessica May died at home aged 4½ months surrounded by her family and supported by a team of nurses and her parents created the charity to ensure that every child who is not expected to reach adulthood receives nursing care within the home.

The Bristol based charity provides palliative, end of life and bereavement care for terminally ill children and although the Trust is almost entirely reliant upon voluntary funding, the care is provided free of charge. Since 1996, the charity has supported over 275 children and their families in the Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset areas.