PwC aim to raise a fantastic amount for the new NI Hospice. Their enthusiasm is commendable and they have lots of fundraising activities planned. Most notable is their plan to Run the length of a marathon between the Belfast NI Hospice Shops on Friday 15 April.
It was all hands on deck during the Cleaver Fulton partnership last year. From the muddy pools of Mud Madness, to the glamour of the firm's Bond Movie Night, the team at CFR were fully committed to generating over £25,000 to support the rebuild of the new Adult Hospice.
Coca Cola give a Cracking Christmas gift to NI Hospice. A successful charity partnership generated £29k for NI Hospice capital appeal helping to fund a patient room in the new Hospice. Thanks to their generosity many local people will receive the special care that only a Hospice can give with the privacy and dignity they deserve at the end of their lives.
Openwave team raises £3652 for NI Hospice's 'Buy a Brick' campaign. Departing from Belfast Harlequins Rugby Club, the charity cycle saw team members tackle a 100km course covering Dunmurry, Lisburn, Lurgan, Crumlin and Nutt's Corner and a shorter 50km return route to Moira.
The U105 Hospice Town Tour raised a staggering £130,000 for Northern Ireland Hospice. The radio presenters travelled around Belfast and the surrounding areas in a customised Ulsterbus Tours coach during the week long tour that ended on Saturday 5th October.
BT Staff Charity Fund gave Hospice an unexpected Christmas present when it presented a cheque for £20,000 to support Northern Ireland Hospice in the care of local adults, children and young people with a life-limited or terminal illness. £10,000 will be used to fund care in each of the hospices bringing much needed support to patients and their families over the Christmas period and into the New Year.
Kerry Foods is promoting the 'Buy a Brick' campaign on their delivery vans, getting the campaign noticed on the streets.