Bauder continues to fundraise throughout 2020

Bauder has been taking part in a variety of fundraisers throughout the year to help raise money for a number of different charities.

Product managers walk/ run 837 miles

This October, Bauder's product managers haveWalser-s-V2.jpg
challenged themselves to walk or run the 837 mile
journey that is Lands .End to John O’Groats between them.
They shall be undertaking this at weekends, evenings and lunchtimes all in aid of raising money for the Walser Tanzania Charity who support children through school in rural Tanzania.

Susie Roddick, Chris Roddick's wife who is our
green roof product manager, runs the charity and says:
“We focus our support on the small rural community of Ifunda in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. We have an educational sponsorship scheme supporting over 300 students through
education and we fund local projects to benefit the community. There are no paid staff and all money raised goes directly to support our work in Ifunda.”

Read more about the challenge and donate here.
 


Wbcm_2mug_no_strapline.jpgMacmillan Coffee Morning

At the end of September, Bauder took part in Macmillan's World's Biggest Coffee Morning where staff took some time out of their day to give a colleague a call to have a cuppa and catch up.
 
In total, £635 was raised for Macmillan Cancer Support who provide specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer. They also look at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have, and campaign for better cancer care.

You can still donate here.

 

 

Chris-Langton.jpgChris Langton cycles 300 miles


In September, Chris Langton, area technical manager for Scotland, challenged himself to cycle 300 miles during the month to help raise money for Cancer Research UK, in memory of his mother, father, sister-in-law and best friend.
Chris managed to raise an outstanding total of £1,490 for the chairty, absolutely smashing his target of £350!


Cancer Research UK's pioneering work into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer has helped save millions of lives. Over the past 40 years survival has doubled, thanks to the great progress research has made. 

You can still donate here.






 


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