This month, Break became the fourth charity this year to benefit from an ESE Charity Day. The event, where a charity is select to receive a donation via an online vote, raised a total of £416.79 for the Norfolk-based charity.
Break won another close contest, narrowly beating Leeway, a Norfolk domestic abuse charity, and Thomas Wolsey School in Ipswich to finish in top place and claim their donation of 5% of online sales for the last Friday of the month.
Molly Housego, Senior Fundraising Officer, was on hand to receive the cheque presented by ESE Direct's Caroline Francis. Break have been supporting children and young people across the region for the last 45 years, providing a diverse range of residential and community based services. Following the hand-over Caroline Francis commented, "We are thrilled to be contributing to the great work that Break carry out and we are very pleased with the continued support our charity days have been receiving, both from our staff and our customers".