A year of fundraising activities undertaken by colleagues at Panther Logistics has raised more than £11,000 for various charities and worthy causes across the UK.
Sports matches, half marathons, coffee mornings, Red Nose Day and Children In Need activities have helped swell the coffers of wide-ranging causes, benefiting some of the most deserving adults, children and animals alike.
Battersea Dogs and Cats, Humane Society International, Breast Cancer Now, Children In Need, the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning and Comic Relief were among the beneficiaries to receive a share of the money which was raised by corporate events and by individual employees.
Among the fundraising activities was a match organised by one of our operations managers Mick France in Warrington. This was the largest fundraiser during the course of the year, bringing in a fantastic £4,000 to help the family of a terminally ill friend.
Panther’s Managing Director Gary McKelvey said:
“The charity sector has really suffered since the start of pandemic almost two years ago and in many cases the repercussions are still being felt. As a result, there were a great many colleagues here at Panther who were keen to do what they could to help.
“Monies raised range from £165 to £4,000 – a great team effort by colleagues here at Panther as well as family and friends, as many of those who didn’t take part in an event themselves did their bit by donating.
“We are proud of their efforts in helping these worthwhile causes and look forward to beating this year’s target in 2022.”