HFD proudly supports Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity at Bothwell Exchange Development
HFD Group are proud to have joined forces with Morgan Stanley on a project in support of Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity (GCHC). This joint project will see drawings by the children of the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow feature on the hoardings surrounding the construction site of Morgan Stanley’s new Glasgow headquarters at 122 Waterloo Street, part of HFD Property Group’s Bothwell Exchange development.
Asked to draw their favourite thing about the new hospital, the children’s entries now form a gallery around the site, provding insight into the dedicated work the charity does.
Both HFD and Morgan Stanley have long-established relationships with Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, formerly Yorkhill Children’s Charity, and this partnership demonstrates the commitment to helping the charity in its mission to support every baby, child and young person treated at the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow.
Stephen Lewis, Managing Director HFD Property Group said: “HFD are committed to supporting our charity partners and we are very pleased to be working with Morgan Stanley to help GCHC demonstrate the positive impact they have on the lives of children and families throughout Scotland.”
Shona Cardle, Chief Executive at Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity said: “We are delighted to have been offered the opportunity to display the children’s artwork at the construction site by our long-standing supporters HFD Group and Morgan Stanley. It’s guaranteed to make people smile as they walk past, and is a wonderful way to let more people know about the work that we do to support Scotland’s largest children’s hospital”.
Kenneth Cowan, Chief Operations Officer, Morgan Stanley Glasgow said “Morgan Stanley and its employees are proud partners of the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity and we are delighted to have this opportunity, in conjunction with our developers, to help market the excellent work the charity does.”
Pictured are representatives of Morgan Stanley and HFD Group with two of the young artists, Bella (aged 3) and Aislin (aged 13).