We hope to partner with Together for Short Lives for many years and aim to see Barmy Barnet Friday become an established national fundraising day.
Cardiff (PRWEB UK) 5 December 2013
On Friday, 13 December, PHS colleagues around the country will be uniting with a Barmy Barnet makeover and fancy dress challenge. The aim of the event is to raise funds and awareness for children and young people with life threatening and life limiting conditions.
As well as the make-over challenge, PHS will also be holding a raffle which includes some really generous donations such as luxury overnight city breaks from Hallmark Hotels and Laterooms.com, gym membership from the Village Hotel, festive hampers from Hey Presto and a golf day from Willis insurance.
Emma Wood, PHS Group Sustainability Manager, said: “It is great that we are able to team up with a charity that is focused on making a difference to young people. We hope to partner with Together for Short Lives for many years and aim to see Barmy Barnet Friday become an established national fundraising day.”
PHS Group plc, one of the UK’s leading workplace service providers, supports a number of national and local initiatives on a group scale as well as encourages its employees in their own efforts to support local charities. In 2013, PHS set up its own dedicated charity foundation to further its contribution towards the community, called PHS Foundation. Its first charity partnership as a foundation is with children’s hospice charity Together for Short Lives.
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Notes to editors:
The PHS Group is a leading workplace services provider and has traded in the UK since 1963. It has a diverse service portfolio aimed at improving work and leisure spaces, while making life much easier for facilities, building and people managers.
PHS provides these direct to UK companies and also operates as a tier one supplier to the facilities management market, supporting the integrated service propositions of most major FMs.
The PHS Group’s annual turnover for the year ending March 2013 was £418 million. It employs more than 5,000 personnel, operates from a wide network of 150 sites and provides services for over 200,000 customers.