The Precision team take part in a number of charitable causes throughout the year as well as nominating one charity per year to support, which this year is Rainbow's Children Hospice.
Take a look at some of the events we have held and the money raised:
A number of the chaps in the office are taking part in Movember and are aiming to raise £150 for this fantastic cause which helps by raising funds and awareness. The Movember Foundation is saving and improving men’s lives through projects focused on prostate cancer , testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. You can help the guys out by donating here:
Children in Need 2018
Friday 16th November
The Precision Team took part in the Live! Duck Race which was held on the Children in Need's facebook page. The team pulled duck names out of a hat and donated money to take part.
The live duck race was nail-biting, however - the clear winner was James Pond - Technical Consultant Jon Webster won the prize and kindly donated all the money to charity.
Total Raised £25
MacMillan Coffee Morning
Friday 28th September
The Precision team baked, bought and ate lots of scrummy cake to raise money for MacMillan coffee morning.
Scrummy cakes included lemon drizzle, iced chocolate cupcakes and a strawberry jam & cream Victoria sponge were lovingly prepared by the team.
All the cakes were judged and Sharon from the engineering team won with her Lemon Drizzle cake (she did confess her Mum made it!)
The team did a fantastic job and managed to raise over £100 for such a worthy cause.
Total Raised: £102
Precision donates £10 for candidates placed in a new job role to Rainbows Children's Hospice.
Precision People works in partnership with the fantastic Rainbows Children’s Hospice by being part of their business club, whose other members include Next, Intelligent Energy and Available Car.
The charity provides the only East-Midland’s hospice for children and young people, providing life-limited children and their families care and support. Rainbows incredible team of people helps relieve symptoms, improve the quality of life, support parents and siblings through their bereavements, and care for children until the end.
Tom Stanyard, Corporate Partnership Fundraiser commented:-
“We’re delighted that Precision has chosen to support Rainbows and everyone is really looking forward to working with the team. With only a little-guaranteed funding each year we’re almost entirely reliant on supporters like Precision, who help make sure that Rainbows is here for life-limited children, young people and their families across the East Midlands that we provide vital care and support for.”
Jo Walker, Marketing Director commented:-
"We're hoping to raise lots of money by consultants choosing to donate £10 for candidates they place in a new permanent job, plus also getting involved in extra fundraising days throughout the year."
To find out more about Rainbows and the fantastic work that they do, please click here.