Exeter Leukaemia Fund (ELF), an Exeter based charity, are relocating their store to Marsh Barton to expand their fundraising activities and provide a base for supporters to help.
Dominic Rosenbaum, Surveyor in Alder King’s Exeter office said: “We are delighted that ELF has chosen Manaton Court as their new base. Manaton Court is a popular office campus located on the outskirts of Exeter providing good links to the motorway network and city centre. Other tenants include Age UK, NHS and Central Devon Conservatives.”
Founded in 1987, ELF provides vital support for patients and relatives of those suffering with life changing conditions such as leukaemia, lymphoma and other blood disorders across the South West. Support is provided in the form of counselling, physiotherapy, scientific research and funding of specialist equipment.
Dale Edwards, Chief Executive for ELF comments: “We are thrilled to have acquired new offices at Manaton Court, which demonstrates our commitment to develop and expand the charity to meet the challenges of the future. The new ELF Centre will provide an excellent base for our retail operations, fundraising and supporter lead activates. The ELF Office at the RD&E Hospital will continue as the charity’s registered address and focal point for support.”
To donate or for further information regarding ELF please contact 01392 4933344 or visit their website www.elfcharity.org.uk
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