With a large film screen, starry ceiling lights, amazing surround sound and access to thousands of films, the room opens up a whole new world of opportunities for the hospice as it cares for children with life limiting and life threatening conditions.
Aime said: “Charlee is in her element. This is going to be really good for children and their families. Without this we would be only be able to watch films on TV at home.”
Generosity and professionalism
The hospice is now planning cinema days and themed events for children and families to enjoy.
Neil Patel, Facilities Manager at Acorns in the Black Country, said: “I am overwhelmed by both the generosity and professionalism of both Jooced and Together for Cinema.
“Together for Cinema has been incredible at sourcing and delivering an array of technological items to fully support this installation. Jooced is at the forefront of their industry creating a bespoke installation with extertise, knowledge and experience.
“Together this team has delivered an incredible cinema experience for our children by bringing this to our hospice. On behalf of us all at Acorns – thank you!”
Acorns Children’s Hospice provides specialist palliative care for children and young people with life limiting and life threatening conditions and support for their families.
In the past year, the charity has cared for more than 730 children across Birmingham and the wider West Midlands, and almost 1,000 families, including those who are bereaved.
Acorns needs around £27,000 each day to provide its children’s hospice care, with two thirds of that amount coming from generous donations and fundraising by the local community.
Find out how you can help Acorns be stronger together this Christmas for local children and families by visiting acorns.org.uk/christmastogether