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To help achieve these aspirations the firm encourages staff to take advantage of:
Additionally the firm also supports our local communities by working with educational partnerships to offer young people work experience and we encourage staff to go in to schools to assist with business skills days etc.
Our two chosen charities for 2018/19
The firm’s collective focus for fund raising activities this year will centre around two charities. Sadly in 2017 the firm lost two colleagues to illness and therefore our focus of fund raising this year will be to support charities improving the lives of those living with similar diseases and their families.
One of the main goals of Myeloma UK is to raise awareness of myeloma – the second most common form of blood cancer. Myeloma is incurable but often successfully treatable, however, one in five myeloma patients will see their GP five or more times before being referred to a specialist and therefore raising awareness of this cancer is key to ensuring an early diagnosis so that people living with myeloma can live longer and healthier lives.
Myeloma UK was set up to support everyone affected by myeloma, and is committed to finding a cure. The charity uses funds raised to:
More details about the valuable work that Myeloma UK does can be found at https://www.myeloma.org.uk/
Southampton Hospital Charity
Southampton Hospital Charity helps to enhance the care and treatment of patients at University Hospital Southampton. It works with its supporters to raise money to provide financial support to areas of the hospital services that lie beyond the scope of NHS funding.
Included in this work is its support of Wessex Neurological Centre which provides treatment for disorders affecting the brain, spine and nerves. The centre serves a population of over three million people and treats patients across the South.
The central nervous system is highly complex and so are the disease that affect it. The hospital treats a wide range of conditions which require the skills of many different specialists. It provides neurosurgical and neurological assessment and treatment for adults and children; including cranial and spinal trauma, brain haemorrhage; brain tumours and acute/ chronic neurological diseases such as Parkinson ’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis and motor neurone disease.
For more details of Southampton Hospital Charity’s valuable work please take a look at the website https://www.southamptonhospitalcharity.org/
21-27 June – Myeloma Awareness Week – The firm supported Myeloma Awareness Week. Each of our offices inspired staff to raise money and awareness for the work that Myeloma UK undertakes. In addition to providing information about Myeloma staff undertook fund raising activities by ‘going orange’ which included; selling ‘orange’ baked goods, getting involved in competitions and selling Myeloma Buddies knitted by members of staff.
1 September - Sponsored Sky-Dive for Myeloma UK – Several members of staff, including our Managing Partner, will be willingly jumping out of a plane to raise money for the charity. If you’d like to contribute the cause you can do so here. https://www.justgiving.com/companyteams/JamesCowperKreston