Staff from Sheffield-based technology company Servelec Group have donated 75 Easter eggs to the Sheffield Children’s Hospital and donated to the hospitals fundraising initiative ‘Bunny Money’, for all the children that are not able to eat.
Servelec’s Easter bunny personally delivered the Easter eggs to Sheffield Children’s Hospital today, bringing a smile to many faces.
This year marks Servelec’s 40th anniversary and the company is challenging its staff to pledge their time to engage in fundraising and socially responsible activities throughout the year. As part of this, our staff decided to collect Easter eggs for the children.
Alan Stubbs, CEO at Servelec Group said:
“We are very proud to play a small part in making the children’s stay in hospital over Easter a little brighter. It is all about making a positive change in our community so we are encouraging our staff to be active in giving something back. These eggs will hopefully bring a smile to the children who receive them or help with the Sheffield Children’s Charity fundraising efforts.”
To find out more about Servelec’s 40-year history and read about the charitable activities its staff are undertaking throughout 2017, please visit www. servelec-group.com/servelec-40for40.
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