Raising funds for Bliss
supporting families and babies who are born too soon..
20 July 2016 09:25:48

Bliss was founded in 1979 by a group of concerned parents who discovered that no hospital had all the equipment it needed to safely care for premature and sick babies.

Determined to do something, these volunteers formed a charity to give vulnerable babies the care they deserve. Almost 40 years later Bliss has grown into the leading UK charity for the 90,000 babies born needing neonatal care every year.

The Unipart Dorman team have been working hard to raise funds for BLISS.  A wide selection of events have been hosted at the Head Office in Southport including raffles, dress down days a Merseyside derby football auction and more impressively the Southport to Blackpool (and back) sponsored bike ride.

The team have worked exceptionally hard to organise the events and together they have raised an impressive £1292.75.

Visit the BLISS website to find out more about how the charity supports the families and premature babies born in the UK.

For more information, please contact us using our Online Enquiry Form here
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Nicola Holt

Infrastructure Marketing Manager
I am the Infrastructure Marketing Manager and have worked at Unipart Rail for almost 10 years, most of my time is spent supporting Unipart Dorman in both the Rail & Traffic sectors, we cover a wide area so I often attend overseas exhibitions. I love cooking & enjoying a nice glass of wine or two with friends.
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