This site uses cookies

We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies Learn more

I understand

Grabex Windows In Race To Provide Funding For Demelza Hospice

Grabex Windows has launched ‘Race for Children’ to raise awareness and funds for Demelza Hospice Care for Children. 

The charity, which has seen a huge drop in income as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, provides specialist care and emotional support for children with terminal conditions throughout Kent, South East London and East Sussex.
The Orpington-based manufacturer and installer of conservatories, windows, sliding and bi-fold doors, has previously supported Demelza by holding open days which, as a result of the pandemic, have not taken place this year. As lockdown restrictions ease, the company has decided to launch its fundraiser which will see the Grabex team compete in a series of four endurance racing challenges, as well as a 12-hour karting challenge. The first race is due to take place in August in Teesside and further races will follow at Rye House, Le Mans and Campillios. The races will take place over the next year with the Grabex team also organising further fundraisers between races.
“We’ve supported Demelza in the past and because of the recent pandemic and resulting restrictions, we wanted to try a different approach this time,” said Michael Grabowski, Managing Director of Grabex Windows. Michael continued: “By launching ‘Race for Children’ we can continue to raise awareness and funds throughout the course of the year.”
Katie Fielder, Community Fundraising Manager at Demelza, said: “A huge thank you to the team at Grabex Windows for taking on this challenge to raise funds for Demelza. As a charity, we’re almost entirely dependent on the generosity of our supporters to provide the funds that keep our services going and our income has taken a significant hit as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.  Their support will make a difference to the children and families who access our services now and in the future.”
To sponsor the Grabex challenge, go to
For more information on the challenge, go to
Find out more about Demelza at, follow the charity on Facebook at or @demelzahospice on Twitter.






Latest Industry News

More News 

Copyright © 2020 Vision Publications All Rights Reserved.