Garland fundraiser for Mary Ann Evans Hospice
Join Garland in raising money to help Mary Ann Evans Hospice who provide specialised care and support for those with a life-limiting illness.
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Mary Ann Evans Hospice
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As Europe's leading digital video solutions provider, we at Garland are used to dealing with challenges and solving problems. This year, we’re challenging ourselves a bit further — we’re going to tackle a big obstacle course for local charity, Mary Ann Evans Hospice. This great charity provides end-of-life care and bereavement services to patients and their loved ones. They support people in by providing an environment that’s comfortable, safe and personal.
We collect year-round for Mary Ann Evans Hospice through our in-office tuck shop, dress down Fridays and cake sales. And now we’re ready to do more by putting our backs into helping this charity … literally!
But to succeed, we need your help. For every £1 raised Garland will match it. By sponsoring our team, you’ll give us the added incentive we need to strive to win this challenge… and more importantly, you’ll be helping support a much-needed community charity.
Garland get totally wiped out
Our team at Garland will be taking part in Totally Wiped Out in Nottingham in support of local charity, Mary Ann Evans Hospice. In this obstacle course of king-sized games, our team of 10 brave Garland men and women will face a series of hilarious challenges, including the punch wall, jumping over a huge sweeping arm, and jumping across giant red balls. You know us…we never back down from a challenge. We’re looking to place first in what we know is going to be a fun event for a fabulous cause. We hope you’ll take a moment now to sponsor us and support this great charity. We promise to share the best pictures if you do!
Totally Wiped Out
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Location1 Grove Farm Cottages Lenton Lane,
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with gift aid: £3,450.00
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