The luxury picnic basket from the famous Betty’s Tearoom in Harrogate is the second prize in a raffle organised by Baby Beat.
Marsden Rawsthorn regularly supports good causes and has donated to Baby Beat for the last few years. Staff member Gillian Hodgson has volunteered for Baby Beat for a number of years.
The charity, part of Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, aims to save the lives of babies not yet born and give newborns the best chance in life.
Maternity services at Royal Preston Hospital and Chorley and South Ribble Hospital are now at the forefront of new technology thanks to the vital support of Baby Beat.
The charity supports the purchase of new specialist equipment, funds research that improves health outcomes and offers practical and emotional support for new parents.
Janet Moffatt, practice manager at Marsden Rawsthorn, said: “Marsden Rawsthorn has a long history of supporting good causes and we have always been keen to support Baby Beat and its vital work with mums.
“Since 1987, the charity has funded a range of projects, with all money going to provide equipment and services identified by clinicians as being most needed within maternity departments in Lancashire and South Cumbria.
“The support of the community is essential if Baby Beat is to continue saving lives and supporting parents, so we hope people will buy a ticket for this Mother’s Day raffle.”
The raffle, which will be drawn on Thursday, also has prizes including an overnight camping pod stay with firewood and marshmallows at Stanley Villa Park and a pendant and earring set from Beaverbrooks Jewellers, as well as a Boots Perfume Hamper, Morrison’s Pamper Hamper and a Barton Grange Gardening Gift Set.
Tickets are £1 and can be bought via the link Mother’s Day Raffle – Baby Beat.