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This year, Fibrus’ chosen local charity partner was Cancer Fund for Children.
Fibrus’ Charity Committee Proudly present Cancer Fund for Children with a Cheque for £20,000.
This year, Fibrus’ chosen local charity partner was Cancer Fund for Children, a charity that empowers, connects and strengthens children, young people and families impacted by cancer. The charity offers informal emotional, social and therapeutic support in the home, community, on the hospital ward and in their short break centre, Daisy Lodge.
Over the course of the year, teams at Fibrus raised a tremendous £20,000, following a series of events and initiatives to support the cause. Activities included a treasure hunt, Great British Bake Off inspired competition, charity golf day, and the inaugural Fibrus ‘F Factor’ – a take on the popular British singing competition.
Fibrus Chief Delivery Officer, Conor Harrison said;
“We were delighted to have Cancer Fund for Children as our charity partner for 2022. The charity is hugely important for those who need its support in Northern Ireland, and we’re thrilled to do our bit to help. Fibrus staff really got behind some of our fun initiatives, and to have raised £20,000 is an incredible achievement”
Phil Alexander from Cancer Fund for Children showed his appreciation for Fibrus’ contribution;
Phil Alexander, CEO at Cancer Fund for Children commented, “Through 2022 the team at Fibrus have gone above and beyond for Cancer Fund for Children. Raising an outstanding £20,000 in support of young people and their families navigating a cancer diagnosis. From Slieve Donardclimbs to gala balls to bake offs and the Fibrus F Factor there has been so much for the team to get involved in this year.Thank you so much to all of the team at Fibrus for their support in helping ensure no child has to face cancer alone.
“The Charity Committee would like to thank all the Fibrus Staff for getting involved by supporting all the fundraising throughout the year.”
Pictured: Jordana Stoney- Wilson (CFC), Rachel Lightburn, Sharon McGregor, Stephen O’Donnell, Lorna Watson, Conor Harrison and Phil Alexander (CFC)
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