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Webhelp UK’s Dunoon friends and families come together for fundraiser

22nd September 2014

Webhelp has hosted its annual fun day for Dunoon and Cowal Hospice and raised over £200.

Alongside a barbeque, the event included a bouncy castle, a candy floss stand, a chocolate fountain and a raffle.

Local businesses donated goods for the raffle with some fantastic prizes up for grabs. Webhelp’s brave Operations Manager, Robin Danks, raised £50 when he allowed his fellow team members to soak him.

Local resident and piper Jade McCartan was on hand to pipe for the crowd, getting everyone in the spirit for the Cowal Highland Games.

Webhelp’s UK sites have Ambassadors who look after employee and community engagement, often organising fundraising or local voluntary activities for fellow team members.

The fun day was organised by Ambassadors Fiona McCartan, Natalie Bonnar, Robert Paterson and Julie Geoghegan.

Fiona McCartan, a Team Leader at the Dunoon site, commented on the day. Fiona said:

“We had a lot of fun organising the day and we were so pleased we were able to contribute to such a fantastic cause.

“None of this would be possible without enthusiastic team members and support from senior management and we are very grateful to have both behind us with this initiative.”

Commenting on the day, Webhelp Operations Manager, Robin Danks said:

“The fun day not only showcased the talent we have here at Webhelp but the spirit among our staff and their willingness to give back to the Dunoon community.

“The Ambassadors organised a fantastic day for a very worthwhile cause and Webhelp looks forward to continuing its support for local causes.”


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