CitySigns Paints The Town Red This Valentines

CitySigns Paints The Town Red This Valentines

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In our first charity event supporting Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust, we are showing our love for their ladybird by wearing red on Friday 14th February and inviting local businesses to join us to help raise as much money as possible.

On Valentine’s Day the CitySigns office will be turning red to help raise awareness of the symptoms of childhood cancers in our #loveladybird #6for60 campaign with all involved donating £2 via our justgiving page. There will even be a special guest appearance by ‘Dotty The Ladybird’, the charity’s mascot, who will be flying the flag for the event. This fundraising day is the first of many in our support for Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust this year, whereby we have pledged to raise £6,000 in 2020 to celebrate our 60th year in business.

We are also asking for the support of local businesses, friends and family, to wear red on Valentine’s Day this year and post their #loveladybird pictures on social media too. The more we can do to raise awareness of childhood cancer, which is now surprisingly the biggest cause of death in children, the greater the chance we have of fighting such a heart-breaking disease.

With the plight of Oscar, the little boy from Worcester who is now receiving specialist treatment in Singapore, hitting the headlines, the momentum to keep raising funds for new experimental drugs has never been more important.

As a family business CitySigns has a personal connection to the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust, as little Grace was taught to dance by the owner’s sister Debbie at Happy Steps in Worcester, before she sadly lost her life at the age of 4.

For information about how you can get involved in CitySigns #LoveLadyBird Valentine’s Day please contact 01905 640007 or email for full details.