Local Chorley Business, That’s Mine, donate to our Children’s Appeal


During the recent Covid-19 lockdowns, local Chorley small business specialising in luxury personalised embroidered gifts, That’s Mine, sold Stay Safe bunnies to support the NHS.

Founders Paul and Elaine felt a need to do something to help their community, so they created the iconic “Stay Safe” bunny to support the NHS. Using social media, the embroidered bunny went viral. Following from the success of their Stay Safe campaign, they made a generous donation to our Children’s Appeal.

The Children’s Appeal aims to raise £1 million to create a bright, friendly and appealing environment for all children visit Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, making it a less scary place. We want to give children and their families world class care in a relaxing and safe environment.

At the opening of their new factory, on 5th November 2021, our Fundraising manager, Roya, went along to accept their cheque of £500.

Thank you to That’s Mine for thinking of us, it will make such a difference. If you’d like to learn more about our Children’s Appeal, get involved or make a donation, please visit our Children’s Appeal Page.