People thinking about people…
It’s Christmas time, the season of giving and we’re living our motto: people thinking about people.
Last month, many of our staff took part in Movember by growing a moustache or moving for Movember.
Collectively we raised over £1500, to help raise awareness of some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide. We also received a donation of £10 per person from our parent company, Bellrock Group.
A big thank you to all our Mo Bros; James Roche, Mash Halai, Chris Lomax, Athma Sarma, Marcus Langford, Rob Russell, Lovejot Pannu, Sean Tobin, Calum Pearse, Matt Carter, Gurpal Virdee, Paul Sherwood, Jack O’Boyle and Ken Morgan, and our Mo Sisters; Ritu Arora Johnson and Maryam Hashemizadeh.
Save the Children Christmas Jumper day
On Thursday, 8 December, we took part in Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Save the Children. Staff working from home, the office, project sites all donned on their silliest, most festive jumpers to support kids all over the world, keep safe, healthy and learning. Bellrock Group an additional donation to Save the Children for every team member wearing a Christmas Jumper or outfit, or just something that screamed Christmas – even the dog in their Santa suit! And this year the UK government has promised to give £2 to Save the Children for every £2 donated!
Crash Charity Christmas Card Appeal
This year we are continuing to support the CRASH charity Christmas card appeal. We will be sending out e-Christmas cards to all our clients, colleagues and friends and donating the money saved. The money will go towards helping a homeless person find shelter and support and providing a dignified and caring place for a child or adult receiving end of life care in a hospice.
Elisabeth Faure, Office Manager at John Rowan and Partners, said “Our ethos is “people thinking about people”, and especially at this time of the year, with the challenges of the past 3 years and the cost-of-living crisis, we felt we would like to help as many people and charities as possible.”
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