Rubicon’s February Charity Draw – Cancer Research UK

Congratulations to ‘Cancer Research UK’, our winners of our February charity draw who received a cheque for £200 presented in our Great Chamber.

Cancer Research UK   is a cancer research and awareness charity whose ultimate aim is to reduce the number of deaths from the disease. As the world’s largest independent cancer research charity it conducts research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Cancer Research UK’s work is almost entirely funded by the public. It raises money through donations, legacies, community fundraising, events, retail and corporate partnerships. Over 40,000 people are regular volunteers.

They were nominated to receive the donation from CT Production and so received a cheque for £200. Our Senior Recruitment Consultant Charlie was delighted to meet Charlie, who received the cheque on behalf of the charity, alongside Mario and Trace from CT Production.

 

 

 

 

How does our charity draw work?

Since December 2016 we’ve committed to holding a monthly draw to select a charitable cause who will receive a £200 donation from us. We’re inviting local employers and staff to submit the details of their chosen charities who will then be in with a chance of winning.

On the last Thursday of each month we’ll enter all the charity submissions into the prize draw. A winning charity will be drawn at random and a representative from that charity will be invited into our offices in Poole to receive the £200 donation from Rubicon.

Each month we’ll publish on our company blog the details of the draw and the charity benefiting from our donation, as well as the company that submitted the winning charity.

There’s no limit to the amount of applications we can process for each charity, the greater the number of requests you can generate, the higher the chances that your charity will be drawn and receive our monthly donation.

To enter a charity into the draw click here.

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