Motor Neurone Disease Association
Each year, as a company, we adopt a different charity to benefit from our fundraising programme. Last year, we raised a total of £6,355.73 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association who coordinate care, support, and research for people affected by the disease.
We are very proud of the way our staff embrace the charity fundraising campaign with such enthusiasm each year and manage to come up with a wide range of creative money-making ideas.
Edward Goddard, managing director of Morris Leisure said: "Every year, our managers at Oxon Hall Touring Park make a huge effort with the Christmas lights and everybody visiting or staying on the park is very supportive in helping us raise money for our chosen charity. We’re very grateful.”
Jenny Everington, MNDA Shropshire branch secretary, thanked us for the “unexpected and very generous donation”.
“We are all volunteers in the branch and we spend all the money that we receive on supporting local people who have MND to make their lives a little easier whilst they are suffering from this cruel disease,” she said. “We also give money towards research every year.”
This year, we are raising funds for The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association (UK), hoping to collect enough cash to adopt and train a guide dog puppy which will provide life-changing services for one of the 360,000 people who are registered as blind or partially sightedMore Stories