Clumber Consultancy enters new Charity Partnership with Cathedral Archer Project
by Andrew Smith | February 22, 2018
Dynamic pensions in insolvency firm Clumber Consultancy, today announced it will be supporting the Cathedral Archer Project (CAP) as its Charity of the Year for 2018.
Chosen by the Clumber Consultancy team for its incredible work in supporting the local community, CAP help homeless people achieve a better life by supporting them to develop their independence, improve their ability to tackle setbacks and identify and change negative behaviour, in addition to improving their wellbeing.
After raising a significant amount of money with the help of clients and suppliers for its previous charity of the year, the company hopes to go even further in 2018 and plans are already in place to undertake a sleep-out, run a half marathon and build on the success of 2017’s popular Golf Day.
The team has initiated a JustGiving fundraising hub, where various activities, updates and progress reports will be available.
The page can be found at: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/clumberconsultancy2018
Clumber Consultancy Managing Director Darren Toms said:
“We are proud to be supporting CAP this year as we know they do exceptional work and are really making a difference to some of the most vulnerable people in our local community. The team here are looking forward to engaging with the project and have boundless enthusiasm and an abundance of ideas to help with both fundraising initiatives and increasing awareness of the work that CAP undertake.”
Lynne Urpeth for the Cathedral Archer Project said:
“We are delighted that Clumber Consultancy has selected the Cathedral Archer Project as its charity for 2018 and look forward to working with them on their exciting fundraising plans for the year ahead”.
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