HealthTrust Europe has raised £10,224.05 for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity through various fundraising activities, including a dragon boat race in which the HealthTrust Europe team were silver medallists. The race was organised to raise funds and awareness for the charity, and it brought the company’s employees together to train and compete in the event.
HealthTrust Europe also organised a series of other activities such as raffles, bake sales, pumpkin carving, and dress-down days. These events helped engage employees in the fundraising efforts and raise a significant amount of money for the charity. The funds will go towards supporting the Birmingham Children’s Hospital, which provides vital care and treatment to children from across the region.
Dearbhla Craddock, Senior Corporate Partnerships Officer at Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity, said:
“The support HealthTrust Europe has shown for us over the past 12 months has blown us away and we can’t thank them enough.
“Their consistent and dedicated fundraising, including their stellar efforts at our Dragon Boat Race has seen them raise over £10,000 – an awe-inspiring amount which will go on to help us create better experiences for countless sick kids, through the improvement of our hospital environment and helping to fund new equipment and research. Thank you all so much.”
Dale Robinson, HealthTrust Europe’s Chief Operating Officer, said:
“At HealthTrust Europe, we believe in making a positive impact within our local communities and we’re honoured to contribute to the health and well-being of children and families in Birmingham.”
HealthTrust Europe is committed to making a positive impact in the communities it serves and believes that giving back to society is an important part of its mission and values. The company plans to continue to support charitable causes in 2023, and will shortly announce their chosen charity for focusing on this year.