Earlier this year we were thrilled to announce the revival of our corporate charitable donation fund for 2023. Once again, our Directors have generously allocated a fund to support various charitable organisations In a quarterly rotation. The teams within Jonathan Lee will have the opportunity to nominate charities that hold significant importance to them, enabling them to benefit from this generous initiative.
To kickstart the year’s charitable endeavours, the Contract Recruitment team nominated the first set of charities to support. Their efforts led them to choose three outstanding local organisations.
As we continue with our charity scheme our second distribution for the year has been nominated by our Warwick office:
£1,750 – In2scienceUK, registered charity 1164821
In2scienceUK was founded in 2010 by Dr. Rebecca McKelvey, who aimed to provide young people from low-income and disadvantaged backgrounds an opportunity to gain practical insight into the STEM sector as well as the knowledge and confidence to progress to university.
£2,000 – Myton Hospice, registered charity 516287
The Myton Hospices believe that everyone matters for every single moment of their life, they focus on enhancing life when cure is no longer an option; supporting people living with a terminal illness, and their families, from the point of diagnosis to end of life. They are leaders in compassionate end-of-life care; their work centres on patient wellbeing and involving them in decisions about their care. Perhaps most importantly they give patients more quality time with their loved ones.
£1,750 – Birmingham Childrens Hospital, registered charity 1160875
Birmingham Childrens Hospital is a leading, specialist paediatric centre, delivering some of the most advanced treatments, complex surgical procedures and cutting-edge research to over 90,000 children and young people from across the UK and beyond. Every patient and family benefits from the charity, but the impact of fundraising is much more than purely financial. It makes a real difference to the spaces, treatment and equipment they provide to children and their families.
The team over at Ramtech Global took part in the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge raising a total of £3635 for Wateraid, providers of clean water, decent toilets and hygiene knowledge to people who don’t yet have access to them.
We appreciate the work of these valuable charities in supporting those in need, and we are certain that the donations will be put to good use. In the next quarter, our permanent recruitment team will have the chance to nominate their charities for the scheme.