All week we had a variety of activities going on from mystery boxes to cake sales to name a few. As an extra competition for staff we introduced the individual fundraising challenge. Those who entered had to raise as much money as possible for BEN to win a day in lieu. There were two main contenders; Chris Mead and Amy Johnston.
Amy Johnston set up a tuck shop for two weeks to the delight of many around the office needing their early morning and late afternoon sugar fix. Talented internal designer Chris Mead sold his artwork as well as offering custom prints for a higher price. As popular as Amy’s tuck shop was, Chris Mead’s prints were in higher demand and gained the day in lieu after raising a whopping £300.
A breakdown of how much each activity raised can be found below:
Mystery Boxes £208.00
Cake Sale £152.26
Dress down day £246.35
Pub Quiz £63.00
Pub Quiz prize donation £100.00
Amy Johnston £102.12
Chris Mead £300.00
We also want to thank those who donated what they could for the Dobrovat House Project Charity. Goods will be sent to CarDealer this week ahead of their trip to Romania in October.
We’d like to thank all of the staff who took part in National BEN Week and for being generous with their donations.