Charity Support

Charity Support

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At Screed Giant we are dedicated to exercising Corporate Social Responsibility, which we believe should involve actively engaging in doing what we can to make a positive difference to the wider community, beyond the interests of our company.

As our company grows, we want to share our successes in a way which will truly make a positive impact within our community.
It is because of this belief that Screed Giant are proud supporters of Macmillan Cancer Support.

 

Well – WE DID IT!! 

On Sunday 8th October, the Screed Giant team, along with Adam @ Adam Towers music completed the Llanberis Path up Mount Snowdon for Macmillan Cancer Support. 

It took a lot of determination and group motivation to get to the top, and more so back down again! (Although the coffee break at the top may have helped slightly!) So far we have managed to raise £900 for Macmillan, however we are still receiving sponsors on our Justgiving Page – you can find the link below.

Any donations would be gratefully received, and will all help to raise money for a great cause.

 

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On Sunday 1st October, we held a Macmillan Coffee Evening as a joint fundraiser with The Scrapyard Salon, Crewe.

With barista coffees, beautiful cake and amazing prizes and vouchers donated by businesses within the local community – we were able to raise £335 for Macmillan Cancer Support! Adam Towers Music kindly donated his time and fantastic talents to create the perfect ambiance for the evening!

Pictures below show just some small snippets of the evening.

 

 

 

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Click here to go straight to information about our fundraising!

 

Why we support Macmillan

 

We have chosen to support Macmillan as we feel that the charity does amazing work supporting people affected by cancer and their families and friends. We will all be affected by cancer in one way or another throughout our lives, and many will have experienced the amazing support of Macmillan, whether that be through the fantastic work of their nurses, support groups, bereavement counselling, financial help or any of the other amazing ways in which Macmillan support those affected by cancer.

We feel it is important to support the work of those trying to make life that bit easier for those who are going through the terrible ordeal of living with cancer. Without such support, it wouldn’t be possible for the charity to carry out the brilliant work they do.