Anglia Translations Ltd Supporting Children with Brain Tumours

Anglia Translations Ltd Supporting Children with Brain Tumours

We’ve made a £10,000 donation to Peterborough children’s charity Anna’s Hope

At the beginning of each year, we sit down as a team to decide our charity of the year. This charity will then receive a portion of our profits at the end of the financial year.

We’re pleased to announce that Peterborough-based children’s charity Anna’s Hope is our latest charity of the year. Furthermore, we’ve just made of donation of £10,000 to this amazing cause, of which  every single penny will go towards helping children and young people diagnosed with brain tumours to reach their full potential through specialist support and rehabilitation.

Who Is Our Charity of the Year?

Anna’s Hope is a leading children’s charity committed to helping children and young people impacted by the diagnoses of brain tumours.

The charity was founded by Rob and Carole Hughes, whose daughter Anna Olivia Hughes tragically passed away after a brain tumour diagnosis at the age of three years and eight months.

Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killers of young people and children, and are the second biggest overall killer of children. For those who do survive, the impact of the tumour and the treatment itself can have a lasting impact on their physical and mental abilities, which is why the work that Rob and Carole do each day is so important.

Our donation will help improve the lives of many children and young people, while continuing to help raise awareness of the impacts of brain tumours.

Director of Anglia Translations Ltd, Mary Gilbey, had this to say, “We have been immensely proud to have Anna’s Hope as our charity of the year for 2021. I have known Carole for quite a few years and the work that she and her fabulous fairies do in this region is absolutely astonishing.”

Final Thoughts

“The Anglia translations team have worked incredibly hard over the past twelve months to ensure that we had another successful year in what have been challenging times for everyone. The cherry on the cake is that we can now also make a big difference to so many families that are affected by brain tumours,” concluded Mary.

The donation from Mary and her team will aid the brilliant work that Anna’s Hope does to increase awareness of childhood brain tumours, while offering support and rehabilitation to children, young people, and their families during, what is, an exceedingly challenging time.

Founder of Anna’s Hope, Carole Hughes said “On behalf of Anna’s Hope I would like to thank Mary and all at Anglia Translations Ltd for this wonderful donation that will make a huge difference to the lives of the children and families we support.”

“Every penny will go to supporting specialist neuro-rehabilitation by the Anna’s Hope Therapy Team as part of the Brainbow Service and will provide six months support for six children.”


If you have any further questions on what we’ve covered in this blog, or you’re interested in hearing more about our charity of the year Anna’s Hope, get in touch today.