Our latest efforts in raising money for charity
Our colleagues have recently been working hard to raise money for some very worthwhile causes in their local areas. We support many charities all over the UK, and this is just a snapshot of some of the efforts our teams are going to.
Raising awareness and funds for breast cancer in Bristol
A team of our colleagues in Bristol are raising awareness and money for a number of breast cancer charities.
One of the team took part in the MoonWalk in London on 12 May. Walk the Walk are dedicated to raising money and awareness for vital breast cancer causes and to encourage women, men and children to start walking as a way of keeping fitter, healthier and an important part of cancer prevention. Read more about the challenges Walk the Walk run to raise money for breast cancer.
The ‘Team Vixens’ held an in-house fundraiser for breast cancer with a raffle, and a silent auction of some fantastic prizes: luxury hair treatments, restaurant vouchers, race days, Bollinger and rugby experience days.
They have raised an absolutely magnificent £1,480! An unbelievably great achievement – huge congratulations to everyone involved.
Worcester walks the Jurassic Coast
A group of colleagues from our Worcester team are joining one of our partner companies, NAPIT, to take on a 30 mile walk along the Jurassic Coast.
The team are taking on the walk on Friday 25th May 2018 to raise money for The Electrical Industries Charity (EIC). The EIC are the only charity of its kind, offering practical support and financial relief to people in the electrical industry.
The team, made up of all ages and abilities, are hoping to complete the walk within 13 hours and would appreciate any support small or large. To donate visit the justgiving page.
Ladies Lunch for the Little Princess Trust
On Wednesday 2 May our prestige insurance team hosted an exclusive Ladies Lunch at the Stoke Park Country Club Spa and Hotel, and raised £444.
The team hosted 70 ladies who took part in a raffle to raise money for The Little Princess Trust. The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young people up to the age of 24 that have sadly lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses.