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Why get involved?
We're all busy, we know. But nothing brings a team together and builds staff morale in the workplace like fundraising.

Whether it's the freedom of fancy dress, the culinary competitiveness of a cake-off or the comradery of a collective sponsored challenge, fundraising has a unique knack for bringing people together.

Better still, it's all for a great cause! One that will help create a buzz around your business, in both your local and social networks.

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Every penny raised goes towards projects, charities and children here in the UK. We helped change the lives of nearly half a million children and young people in the last year alone.

So whatever your thing is, not only is it a chance to bring everyone together, it's an opportunity to be part of something special, something not so '9 to 5' that you and your team will find rewarding. And fun!

By taking part, you and your staff will be making a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.

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