Lewis-Manning Hospice Care has appointed a new Trustee to its Board. Jeremy Lune has significant experience in retail and online sales and he is the CEO of ‘Cards for Good Causes’ which sells Christmas cards on behalf of more than 200 local and national charities.
Jeremy has 35 years of commercial and charitable retail experience.
He said: “Following a cancer diagnosis last year, it has made me think a lot more about what is and what isn’t important in life.
Getting involved in Lewis-Manning Hospice Care is an opportunity to act on that. I think that the work the hospice does is fantastic and very unique. I’m very determined to use my time, skills, energy and passion to make a real positive difference to people’s lives.
I know the retail environment really well, the nature of which has changed dramatically over the last ten years. People are shopping differently, using different ways to pay and I think these changes have been a challenge for many.
Lewis-Manning has huge local engagement and I am looking forward to helping the hospice maximise the potential and opportunities open to them, building on the local engagement, advising and helping the hospice to use the shops literally as a shop window to their organisation.”