Hospital on the high seas

The global shipping and trading community once again joined forces in November to raise funds for Mercy Ships. Vessel charterers, brokers, agents, owners, operators and others participated in the annual Cargo Day on 10 November which since 2016 has raised almost $4 million for the essential work that the charity undertakes, bring medical care by floating hospital to some of the world’s poorest communities. This year Mercy Ships is outfitting a new ... [+]

Making strides for Mercy Ships

Kind-hearted Stena Line cabin assistant Sarah Scowcroft has vowed to raise funds for Mercy Ships for the rest of her life, after experiencing first-hand the life-saving work carried out on board the hospital ship Africa Mercy in Guinea. Last year, as part of a donation campaign for the Stena Line designated ... [+]

Stena customers round up to a pound to help Mercy Ships

Stena Line is once again urging its customers to round-up their onboard purchases to the nearest whole pound to raise money for Mercy Ships. The charity sails its vessels  around the world bringing free, life-saving medical care to where it’s needed the most. Stena Line has also launched their own volunteer program. So far two Stena Line employees ... [+]

Healthcare in a coffee cup

Stena Line is offering customers the chance to choose to buy coffee or tea in a special Mercy Ships mug where 20p will be donated directly to the charity to help it deliver health care to the developing world. Mercy Ships signed a partnership with the ferry operator in February of ... [+]

Delivering hope to the dockside: Stena teams up with Mercy Ships

Stena Line has signed a long-term partnership to raise and promote volunteering and charitable giving for the Mercy Ships charity. Mercy Ships operates the largest civilian hospital-ship in the world to deliver free, world-class health care services to the world’s poorest people along with helping to create health facilities in the ... [+]

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