Ebony, our receptionist has volunteered to take part in THE BIG PINK JUMP this October and we couldn't be more proud to support her in this endeavour!
Help us to help Ebony reach her fundraising target, and together we can contribute to Breast Cancer Now's aim to ensure that by 2050, everyone diagnosed with breast cancer lives.
Ebony says "I chose to jump for breast cancer as it affects so many of us, both men and women. It is also the second biggest killer of the cancers in women, only after lung cancer. I have lost family and friends to cancer and this could have been prevented, had they found it earlier. Please donate so I can help prevent even more men and women from getting and possibly dying from breast cancer”.
On what seemed to be the final day of a turbulent summer, it was a pleasure to see so many companies in Churchill Square attend Lucas Kennedy’s Macmillan Coffee Morning.
From rustic banana loaf to showstopper cupcakes, the team worked together to produce an array of sweet treats alongside heavily caffeinated beverages - ultimately raising over £200 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Plus, we got to raise awareness for local businesses in the process!
Thanks again to everyone who attended, and to the many Macmillan professionals, who make sure that those diagnosed with cancer are being treated like people, not just patients, helping to support both them and their families during the hardest time of their lives.
We are extremely proud of our team for donating to such an important charity. Well done to Nicola and Alice for such a great afternoon and their amazing cakes sales which raised over £200.
Jeans for Genes is a national children’s charity, which raises money for the care of children and families who are affected by genetic disorders and we are honoured to have played our part in raising awareness and supporting this charity.
Our Recruitment Consultant Kate, completed the challenge in 9 minutes and 55 seconds, raising an amazing total of £735 for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Thank you to all our clients and contractors who took the time to sponsor her. Well Done Kate!