Steven Mugglestone

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This is a very easy article to write.  THANK-YOU, thank-you and thank-you!!

When we decided to adopt Rainbows as our charity, we set ourselves a target of £10,000 for 2013.  Well we did that and passed it, thanks to our clients, our contacts, our staff and our friends, THANK-YOU.

We did this by taking on The Three Peaks in September, where, together with our friends at Woods Coaches and through sheer stupidity, exhaustion and redefining being cold and wet, we raised around £8,000 through the Just Giving Site THANK-YOU for all who sponsored us.

Earlier in the year, we completed the 15 mile RainbowsWalk of Life, we tested our team’s commercial skills through a Business Challenge and we also hosted a summer choir concert and An Evening of Songs from Movies and MusicalsTHANK-YOU for all of you who bought a ticket, attended a quiz, bought something from our market stall or who attended our Indian summer feast and networking event.

We have beaten our £10,000 target and have passed the £14,000 already and we still have a few months of the year left.

We have enjoyed ourselves and have tested our minds, our entrepreneurial spirit, our cardiovascular systems and our knees and we have helped Rainbows along the way.

THANK-YOU to Rainbows for allowing us to be able to do all of this and be part of their support.

We need to think about what is next and what things we can do next year, but without the help of our clients and friends, we would not have been able to do this at all.



Written by Steven Mugglestone

October 7, 2013 at 8:02 pm

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