Agnew Group Reach £200,000 Target!

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We are delighted that our wonderful charity partner leading motor retailer the Agnew Group have accelerated their fundraising efforts and successfully reached their two-year fundraising target of £200,000 within 12 months of the second year, and just in time for Christmas!

Yuile Magee, Managing Director, Agnew Group said:

Cancer Fund for Children Agnews“In 2017, we selected Cancer Fund for Children as our nominated charity.  We set an ambitious fundraising target to raise £200k over a two-year period. Our 1100 staff, across all 16 dealerships, were very enthusiastic and organised a diverse range of events and activities to raise money. 

“As the overall total got steadily closer to the £200,000 milestone, staff were spurned on to hit the target and raise as much money as possible for this extremely worthwhile cause. We are thrilled with their efforts.

“Though we don’t intend to rest on our laurels.  The Agnew Group is currently in the process of setting a new target for 2019. We hope to have generated at least £250K by the end of next year.”

Agnew Group Employees have raised money through a range of fundraising activities, from taking part in our Bog Run, Slieve Donard Climb and All Wrapped Up campaigns, to organising their own coffee mornings, BBQ events, raffles and customer competitions, as well as donating through payroll giving.

Funds raised will help us provide children aged 0-24 affected by cancer, and their families, with a range of practical, emotional and financial support, as well as free therapeutic short breaks, to help them cope with the impact cancer has on their lives. 

Our Chief Executive Gillian Creevy, added:

“I would like to thank Agnew Group, their staff and customers for their incredible generosity and ongoing support.

“At Cancer Fund for Children we understand the devastating impact a cancer diagnosis can have on children, young people and families and we rely so much on the support of local communities and businesses to ensure that beyond essential clinical care, family life can be supported and rebuilt. 

“We simply could not help families if it wasn’t for the energy, enthusiasm and commitment of charity partners like Agnew Group. It’s absolutely fantastic and we truly value their support.”

Find out more about becoming a Cancer Fund for Children charity partner here.  

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