What We're All About
We aim to deliver the best, not just any outcome
At Jigsaw Tree our main goal is focusing on positive client outcomes. We will always make sure the needs of our clients are our first priority. Everyone in the business is continually looking for ways to deliver a better service, working with you to identify and resolve all potential barriers.
We are honest and fair with each other, clients and collaborators. When working with clients, we will not charge the most, but what is fair for the service delivered, always providing clarity and confidence to our clients about our long-term commitment.
We are passionate about investing in knowledge and encourage all of our staff to look at their personal development needs. Enabling our employees to improve their technological know-how, we believe we will achieve the best client outcomes.
Jigsaw Tree staff are proud of the service they provide, always aiming to deliver the best outcome, not just any outcome. We seek great satisfaction from helping and supporting both our clients and each other. Just ask for assistance and we will do everything in our power to help you achieve the right end result.
It is important to us that we make a contribution to the communities in which we operate.
At Jigsaw Tree, it’s not just about doing a great job for our clients. We are committed to giving something back and we endeavour to make a positive impact by supporting local and national charities who are selected each year by our colleagues.
Jigsaw Tree has selected Acorns Children's' Hospice since 2019 and has supported them through a range of fundraising activities and donations. Our next sponsorship challenge is that our founder, Chris Baigent-Reed, has committed to do the National Three Peaks Challenge starting on Saturday 7th August 2021 (Covid-19 allowing) and finishing on Sunday 8th August 2021 with the aim of raising awareness and much needed financial support for this wonderful charity.
The National Three Peaks Challenge involves climbing the three highest peaks of Scotland, England and Wales, often within 24 hours. The total walking distance is 23 miles (37km) and the total ascent is 3064 metres (10,052ft) - twice the ascent of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, over a similar total walking distance. The three mountains are Ben Nevis, Scotland (1345m), Scaffell Pike, England (978m) and Snowdon, Wales (1085m).
Any donations received will be greatly appreciated no matter how big or small - every penny counts.
We are grateful in advance for your support.
What is Acorns Children's Hospice
Acorns provide babies, children and young people aged 0-18 years who have life limiting or life-threatening conditions and associated complex needs with a network of specialist palliative nursing care and support.
It is a holistic service which meets the needs of both the children and their families, including the bereaved. This includes short break provision, emergency and end of life care, therapeutic and psychosocial support, sibling services and family support. In the past year they have supported 787 children and 1223 family members across the organisation, including those who have been bereaved.
There are three hospices which cost around £11 million a year to run their vital care services, that is £27,000 per day!
The costs involved are significant and they rely heavily on donations with 65% of their funding in the past year coming from the local community.
You can find out more about Acorns by visiting their website to see how you can get involved.