On Friday 14th December, staff at our Northwich and Nantwich offices helped spread Christmas cheer by participating in a Christmas Jumper Day in aid of the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT). Thank you to everyone who donated and got involved, £60.00 was raised in total.
CAFT is a trust that is based at Booth Bank Farm, a 17th Century farmhouse set in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. It provides a variety of programmes for terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children from all over the North West.
This Christmas our staff donated and collected items for the Mid Cheshire Food Bank appeal. Staff began collecting in November and delivered 8 boxes full of food and household supplies on 11th December ready for Christmas.
Food Banks across the country require donations more than ever over the Christmas period, and all at Howard Worth were happy to help. The Mid Cheshire Foodbank is able to provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred when in crisis. They are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.
Thank you to all our staff who got involved at our Northwich and Nantwich offices.
Our staff showed their generosity and kindly donated selection boxes for a festive fundraising campaign running at The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT).
The charity are hoping to collect more than 1,000 chocolate selection boxes to give to ill, disabled and disadvantaged children who attend their festive parties this Christmas. Each child who visits Santa receives a gift of a small selection box. Our team was delighted to donate to this wonderful appeal and spread some joy at Christmas!
Staff from our Northwich office volunteered to play Christmas characters and act as guides at one of the many Children’s Adventure Farm Trust Christmas Parties on Friday 23rd November. These Christmas parties offer disabled, disadvantaged and deprived children a magical day of fun and to create special memories of Christmas.
On the 16th November 2018 our staff wore their spots and dressed down in aid of Children in Need. Thanks to everyone involved we raised a fantastic £120.00!
Our donations will go towards supporting projects for children across the UK and Northern Ireland. You can follow Pudsey’s adventures by visiting www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk and discover projects close to you.
A big thank you to our teams!
On Friday 26th October the team embraced their funky side by taking part in Funky Friday in aid of Dyspraxia Awareness Week. They raised a brilliant £70.00 for The Dyspraxia Foundation.
Dyspraxia is a common disorder which affects fine and/or gross motor coordination in children and adults. Although it is primarily a motor disorder, it can also affect memory, perception, processing and speech.
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On Friday 19th October staff wore their pinkest clothing in support of Wear It Pink day. In total the team managed to raise £80.00 for Breast Cancer Now. Thank you everyone!
Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity which funds ground-breaking research aimed at giving women a future. They are promoting nearly 450 of the world’s best researchers across the UK and Ireland.
On Friday 28th September staff at Howard Worth held a cake sale and dress down day to support Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning campaign raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The team enjoyed tasting the delicious cakes and treats which included Cupcakes, Scones, Fruit Cake, Chocolate Orange Brownie and Strawberry Buttercream and Vanilla Sponge Cake.
Thank you to all staff who raised £130.00 for Macmillan who offers help and support for those living with and affected by cancer.
The team held a dress down day on Thursday 6th September to raise money for Sands (Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Charity) and its local support group – Cheshire East Sands.
The charity are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year, over the past four decades they have provided support to anyone affected by the death of a baby and helped to improve the care received for parents and families.
A total of £120.00 was raised on the day.
On Thursday 5th July staff grabbed their aprons and bakers hats to create some delicious treats to support Cupcake Day for the Alzheimer’s Society. Our talented team cooked up a large range of delicious treats including chocolate cherry cakes, flapjacks, chocolate brownies, red velvet cakes and traditional cupcakes layered with buttercream icing!
Thank you to all staff who baked, purchased and donated on the day, as well as a huge thank you to Graham Hall, Partner at Knights 1759 for donating £100.00 which allowed us to raise £200.00 in total!
Alzheimer’s Society invests £6 million a year in dementia research to improve care for people today and find a cure for tomorrow.