James Frew Ltd. recently took part in the Big Bandana Bake this Brain Tumour Awareness Month to help raise money for research.
All staff got involved and baked numerous delicious treats including chocolate cakes, strawberry tarts, oreo truffles & tablet. Through generous donations for homemade goods, a dress down day & a huge raffle draw with prizes such as a golf day for 4, beauty hampers and amazon vouchers, the company raised an incredible £1038.00 – enough to fund 4 full days of research.
Donald Ross, Elaine Kean & Ashley McNaught, who helped prepare for the Big Bake off, presented the cheque alongside the company’s popular GasSure mascot, Flameish to Katie Grier, a Community Fundraiser for The Brain Tumour Charity.
Katie said, “We are absolutely delighted with the support from the staff at James Frew. Without the support of the community and businesses like James Frew, we simply wouldn’t be able to fund the global research that we do or support individuals with a brain tumour diagnosis and their families. Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer in children and those under 40, we need to work together like this to help find a cure faster. Thank you to each person who supported Donald and the team with their #bigbandanabake”
James Frew would like to say a huge thank you to all staff, suppliers and subcontractors for their very generous donations & raffle prizes.
If you would like to find out more information or get involved, visit www.thebraintumourcharity.org/