Myserson, based in Altrincham, have been supporting St Ann’s over the last year as one of their chosen charities. The generous team have held quiz nights, bake sales, a Mad Hatter’s tea party and a raffle, as well as taking part in the St Ann’s Hospice Colour Run and the Salford 10k.
Their year of support has recently culminated in an impressive team of 58 staff and their friends and families taking on the National 3 Peaks Challenge. In total, Myerson have raised more than an incredible £19,000, which has been split equally between St Ann’s and Trafford Deaf Children’s Society.
Helen Cannell, Corporate Fundraising Officer at St Ann’s, said: “The support we’ve received from Myerson has been amazing, the whole team have been so involved and enthusiastic. St Ann’s is a charity so we rely on the support of our local communities, and we’re so grateful to everyone at Myerson for all of their efforts.”
We love to support local charities, not only with financial support but our time and expertise. Our staff really enjoy getting involved – you can tell by the number of staff who took part in the 3 peaks challenge, which we couldn’t have completed without the help of mountaineering guides, Into the Atmosphere. It’s great for morale and team building, so we benefit as well as the charity. Andrew Chapman, Partner and Head of the CSR committee at Myerson