Your World April Shake-A-Bucket Day
07th Apr, 2015
Thursday 2nd April saw staff from our London office head to Liverpool Street Station to raise money for one of our lead charities we sponsor, the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Geared in TCT t-shirts and equipped with the TCT red buckets, our staff dedicated their lunch breaks to raising as much money as possible by asking the kind public to donate whatever they can to this great cause. The public did indeed give generously. By the end of the event we had an incredible £818.45 in the buckets!
We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated, to our staff for their efforts and of course, to the Teenage Cancer Trust for everything they do to try and give teenagers with cancer as good a life as possible.
After our February charity day performance, many members of our staff voiced their interest in partaking in more charity events throughout the year, so stay tuned for all the events we have planned!
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