Baxi gives back to charity

Baxi gives back to charity

As part of its 150th anniversary celebrations, Baxi has already smashed its £150,000 fundraising target for its national charity partner Marie Curie.

With the company not yet at the end of its year-long fundraising  stint, staff have already sprinted, baked, gamed and climbed their way to hitting their goal for the charity, which will help to fund 7,500 hours of care and guidance for those living with terminal illnesses and their families.

The two have been charity partners for the past three years, and employees have gone the extra mile to show support for the work it does and the much-needed help it provides. Fundraising events have included a sponsored walk across Hadrian’s Wall, a night time cycle ride around London, a Mud Run, a 75-mile cycle ride around the Lake District, a 24-hour computer gaming session, a Bake Off, and a Diwali Indian food sale.

Earlier in 2016, fundraising was given a substantial boost through money raised by colleagues running the London Marathon. Two members of the team, Paddy Fletcher and Tom Hampton, raised almost £6,200, bringing the company much closer to its overall target.

Siobhan Drane, Partnerships Manager at Marie Curie, said: “We believe everyone living with a terminal illness should get the care and support they need, so they and their families can make the most of the time they have together. We want to fund as much care as possible, so our nurses can to go into people’s homes and give them that vital hands-on care and emotional support.

“Our partnership with Baxi Heating has played an important part in making this happen and it’s fantastic that it has raised £150,000. Those funds will make a huge difference in enabling Mare Curie to help even more people at a time when they need us most. We look forward to the partnership continuing and having a lasting impact on families across the UK.”

David Pinder, CEO of the firm, said: “We can’t think of a better way of celebrating our 150th anniversary than by giving a gift of £150,000 to such a hugely deserving cause. We may have reached the target we set out to achieve, but our efforts don’t stop here – there are plenty more fun activities planned for the remainder of the year to support Marie Curie and help them to continue with their incredible work.  We’re proud to support such a fantastic cause.”

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