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Over £10,000 raised for Charity

As dusk fell on February’s charity it meant one thing, we’ve now raised over £10,000 for charities across the UK since 2013!

over £10,000 for charity

We thought we would take a look at which charities we have helped over the last 2 years.

Charities Helped in 2013

Nelson’s Journey was our very first charity day back in May 2013, who took home still our largest cheque so far at £1,000. A great which helps to support bereaved children. 
Due to the success of that charity day we then launched it monthly and Shine were the next charity to receive the benefit of our charity day taking home a cheque for £500 which will be used to help people who have Spina Bifida. 
The NNAB (Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind), now named Vision Norfolk, were our July winners and they also took home £500 from our charity day. 
Break won August’s charity day and were able to put the £416.79 towards continuing their children’s homes and therapeutic fostering services across the East of England. 
Parkinson’s Ride are a charity dedicated to uniting young people with Parkinson’s and they were September’s winning charity, taking back with them a cheque for £453.80. 
Breast Cancer Care were our worthy winners in October 2013 and they were the happy receivers of a cheque worth £697.34. 
EACH was our final charity day of the year (we are all eating, drinking and being merry at the end of December) and they received a cheque for £320.48, going towards the upkeep of their services to support young children and families in East Anglia.

Charities Helped in 2014

The South West Thames Kidney Fund were our first winners of 2014 and they took home a cheque for £478, which will go towards improved detection and a cure for end stage renal disease.
Results UK are an international NGO that use advocacy and campaigning to raise awareness and try to end poverty, and they were our February winners and took back a cheque for £478.
Keeping Abreast who are charity that support women having to undergo a mastectomy, or reconstructive surgery by connecting them with women who are going through or have gone through similar experiences, a great cause who received a cheque for £375.
Happisburgh Coast Watch were our April winners, and took back with them £364.10 to help keep the Coast Watch functioning, which is manned totally by volunteers.
Alzheimers Society were our chosen charity for May as our Sales Development Manager, Julie, undertook the Ben Nevis challenge to raise money for the charity, we added £473 to her donations, and she raised an impressive £875 overall.
Norwich Door to Door were our June winners and took with them a cheque for £376.00, as they had just invested in a new mobility bus the money will help them grow. 
Norfolk at the Pictures received a cheque for £420 in our July charity day which will be going towards the refurbishment of their educational facilities at Cinema City in the heart of Norwich. 
Norfolk Heart Trust are a small charity which helps to raise funds for important equipment at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital meaning heart patients do not have to travel to another county to get to life-saving appointments.
The Tony Bartlett Memorial Fund was close to our Finance Director’s heart and he ran the Great North Run to raise money for this, and we donated £446.12 to the cause, they are now at £21,604 of their £24,000 target, and you can still donate.
The Base is a charity which aims to support and empower all young people to their full potential, and they were our October winners, receiving a cheque for £324.84.
World Horse Welfare were our last charity winners of 2014, and are dedicated to improving the lives of horses across the United Kingdom, we presented them a cheque for £503.76.

Charities Helped in 2015 so far..

The Budding Foundation saw in our first charity day of 2015, offering support to young people when they ordinarily wouldn’t get it, they received a cheque for £553.74.
Cross Roads care East Anglia are our latest winners who will be receiving a cheque for £549.31, which will go towards providing professional care service across East Anglia.
Photograph of Laura Holland

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Social Media and Web Content Coordinator, Jan 2014 - May 2015