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Stipendia’s month of fundraising and sponsorship!

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It’s been a busy few months for the team at Stipendia. We’ve been hard at work keeping up with new laws and legislations and in between all that, we’ve been participating in various charity events and sponsorships. So we’re publishing a small blog update to keep you informed as to what’s been happening in the world of Stipendia between May and June!

GoKidsGo Fundraising

Early in the month, our director Lynne, along with co-workers Jonathan and Callum ran in the Beverley10k in aid of the charity GoKidsGo! Based in Beverley, the charity provides wheelchair skills training for wheelchair using children and their families.

The event went extremely well. The pressure was on for the Stipendia team, with each them running tirelessly in 25 degree weather! Even with the scorching temperatures, we successfully raised £994 for the charity.

Stipendia Cheque Handover

The Stipendia team handing over the cheque to GoKidsGo

We love fundraising for charities and we can’t wait to get involved in future events and raise even more money!

Digital Arts

This week saw both Lynne and Marketing Coordinator Tom judge the Digital Arts competition in Hull. Running in it’s second year, the competition is for primary school children in the city of Hull and East Yorkshire, and this year the task was to design a piece with the theme “What does Hull mean to me?”

There was some fantastic art work on display and we were so pleased to be a sponsor of the competition. Lynne also received her 5 minutes of fame, presenting the final award of the afternoon!

Digital Arts

Lynne handing over the final Digital Arts award

And there you have it! We’ve had so much fun getting involved with the local community and we’ll continue to do so! Be sure to check out our social media sites for updates for the next event we’re doing!

Key Contact: Lynne Auton
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