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Dearne Valley Superheroes raise over £800 for Sheffield Cancer Charity

A group of customer experience experts from Webhelp UK in Dearne Valley have raised over £800 for the Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity in Sheffield, as part of a special fundraising day.

The Webhelp UK team, who are based at Adwick Park near Rotherham, dressed up as their favourite superhero for the day, sold homemade cupcakes and set up a hoopla challenge with raffle prizes to help support their chosen local charity.

The Webhelp UK team wanted a fun way to raise money so decided to swap their usual work clothes for fancy dress costumes, including Mystique from X-Men, He-Man, the Incredible Hulk and Super Girl.

The day was organised by Webhelp UK Ambassadors, who are the voice of the team across the Dearne Valley site. They support their colleagues by managing working relationships and take a creative approach to work and problem solving on keys issues to help make the site a better place to work.

Local charity fundraising is part of the role that Webhelp UK Ambassadors take on at each of the companyÂ’s sites around the UK.

Webhelp UK was created following the acquisition of Webhelp UK by Webhelp Group in February 2013, which formed one of EuropeÂ’s leading independently-owned customer experience companies.

Danielle Newton, lead Ambassador for Webhelp UKÂ’s Dearne Valley site, said: “Our team really pulled out all the stops to make sure the recent fundraising day was lots of fun and involved as many of the team as possible.  Everyone made a real effort with their costumes and there were prizes for the best dressed male and female.

“We’d like to offer our huge thanks once again to everyone for taking part and for helping raise such a significant contribution to such a worthy local cause.”


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