Pragmatic Play donation will fund business suite at Calpe House
Pragmatic Play, a Gibraltar-based company in the gaming sector, has donated £11,000 to Calpe House.
The donation will be used to create a business suite within Calpe House in Norfolk Square, Paddington, London.
This will allow Sponsored Patients and their escorts to conduct meaningful work while they are away from The Rock, often for prolonged periods of time.
“As a digital business, enabling remote working and tech capabilities very much aligns with Pragmatic Play’s values and it makes complete sense for them to collaborate with the Trust on this project,” the charity said,
“For some patients and their escorts, the ability to manage work and other commitments can help with the time they spend getting the treatment and support needed.”
In presenting the cheque, Julian Jarvis, chief executive of Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to support Calpe House’s efforts to build a business suite at Norfolk House so that they may continue their amazing work providing Gibraltarian patients and their families with a ‘home away from home’.”