Hospice launches £50 business challenge
LOCAL companies and organisations are being given the opportunity to start the New Year with a bang by signing up for the Tŷ Gobaith Business Challenge.
Teamwork and entrepreneurial skills will be keys to making the most of the initiative – which is good for business and for children and families who rely on Tŷ Gobaith’s vital services.
Sarah Kearsley-Wooller, Tŷ Gobaith’s fundraising manager said: “The 2015 Business Challenge will see just 100 organisations given £50 and challenged to grow it to as big a donation as possible. This is an ideal opportunity to test your ingenuity and entrepreneurship, and to build team spirit within your workplace – from cake sales to coffee mornings, sporting challenges to family fun day.
“The Tŷ Gobaith fundraising team is also committed to helping you succeed, and to helping to publicise your success across the region. Above all we want to make this a motivating exercise, bringing employees together whilst raising funds to care for local life limited and life threatened babies, children young adults and their families.”
First to sign up is Gardners Accountants in Holywell.
Director David Llewelyn Evans said: “Gardners is committed to supporting charitable causes and this is a great way to get the whole team involved in something fun and challenging.
“We haven’t decided on a challenge yet, but the firm has a couple of super fit runners and talented cake bakers so it could be entering a sponsored 5K race or an office bake off. Gardners is proud to be participating in the launch of the Business Challenge and we hope other businesses will join us in supporting the great work done by Tŷ Gobaith.”
To sign up contact the Fundraising office on 01492 596851 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ty Gobaith Corporate Challenge - Sarah Kearsley Wooller and Eluned Yaxley with Gardners Accountants Director David Llewelyn Evans.