One of the many rewarding aspects of my job … delivering Easter Eggs (and smiles)! The Holiday Inn Hull Marina supports Marie Curie as the hotel group nominated charity but they also like to support more locally where possible. This Easter we have been seeking donations of Easter Eggs – many from our own members of staff too – on our ‘suspEGGtion’
The team at cbaSadofskys, chartered accountancy practice had fun raising money for Red Nose Day. Doing something funny for money, the whole practice ‘dressed-up’ instead of the usual dress-down Friday and everyone really went to town. Donating £2 to dress up or, a £5 fine plus a raffle between staff members helped to raise £173 in aid of Comic Relief.
We love getting our staff involved – wear yellow day today for Marie Curie and the boss has littered the hotel! It’s always a happy Friday here!
Our Easter coll’egg’tion is going well over at the Holiday Inn Hull Marina! All eggs will be shared and donated between Marie Curie, Sailors Children and NAPA. Feel free to pop in and add to our very own Humber Susp’egg’tion Bridge!
41 people from a local walking group spent a lively hour learning more about dementia last week. Jenny Fothergill of APS Legal Beverley together with Jan Stainforth of transport charity, Beverley Community Lift, held a Dementia Friends information session in Preston Community Hall, East Yorkshire. The Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friends programme is the biggest ever initiative to change people’s perceptions
A charity fundraising evening raised over £6,200 in aid of When you Wish Upon a Star, the charity which grants wishes for children living with life threatening illness. The Promotion Company organised their second event for the charity. Having raised a total of £10,000. Over 150 guests attended David Lloyd Gym and enjoyed a #LoveHull themed event which included a
A unique programme set up in Hull is helping the Together Women Project (TWP) improve the future prospects of some of Hull’s most vulnerable women by improving their self-confidence. Mindset specialist, Sheila Granger has developed the programme which focusses on the specific issues facing young women in Hull who are trapped in damaging lifestyles for most of their adult lives.
Ladies from all walks of life came together to bare their breasts to raise awareness of breast cancer at a special event in Hull, #CheckemoutLIVE. Organised by mindset specialist, Sheila Granger, this mass participation event, saw about 55 women take part in a group breast check, as part of a campaign to help raise funds for Yorkshire Cancer Research. This
Beverley and Hull based chartered accountant, Tracy Hutty director of cbaSadofskys has completed the challenge of trekking the Great Wall of China, exceeding her target raising over £4,000 for Alzheimer’s Society. The trek involved six days trekking the contours of hills and mountains on remote sections of the 13,000 mile long Wall, taking in historical sites of the Forbidden City,
Hundreds of women are expected to bare their breasts for #CheckemoutLIVE on Sunday 4 December. Organised by mindset specialist, Sheila Granger, the event will be held indoors at KC Lightstream Stadium to raise awareness of the importance of checking breasts for abnormalities and also to encourage women in Hull and East Yorkshire to take full advantage of free screenings provided