Our Charity & Community Support

Proudly support two charities in 2017/18 chosen by n-ergy employees!

Our Charity & Community Support

As a responsible business, our company aim is to support charities and community projects which are key to the local communities in the regions where we have a regional presence in England and Wales.  n-ergy is a proud supporter of  two “Charities of the Year” in 2017/18, chosen by its employees – Devon Air Ambulance, and Tenovus Cancer Care.

Our business donates corporate monthly contributions in respect of each chosen Charity of the Year ; and in addition, our regional teams also organise a number of fundraising activities of their own either “in the office” or in their personal time to support with further fundraising.  We have had a good start since we started our support in Autumn 2016 as noted below: 

Our Regional support 2017/2018

Tenovus Cancer Care

On Monday, 12th March we held our Really Welsh Bake-off with Chief Executive, Donna Turner-Kot doing the judging! here is how it all panned out:

 

What’s planned in 2018?

Plans are now underway for more fundraising activities to take place in 2018 for all our Charities of the Year!

Our Regional support 2016/17

 

Devon Air Ambulance (chosen by our South West Region)south-west-team-jolly-jumpers-cropped

 

 

In the Autumn 2016, Tracy Owen, Fundraising Manager met with the South West team at their monthly team meeting. Wendy Doodson at n-ergy said, “The session was very interesting and a real eye opener for the team in respect of the awesome work that DAA are doing.”

The South West team has since kick-started their fundraising with their Christmas Jumper Day (see photo opposite) and plans are underway for more regional fundraising!”

Tenovus Cancer Care (chosen by our Wales & Head Office team)

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When Sam Coles, Fundraising Manager met with the marketing team in the summer she brought along an excellent fundraising pack which was full of good ideas and posters.

As a result, Head Office and the Wales team were able to get their fundraising “off the starting blocks” with a Going for Gold Olympics Sweepstake in August, followed by a Go Pink day for Breast Awareness in October 2016 (see above photo) and Jolly Christmas Jumper Day in December.