CPM Support from Mondelez International
Posted on 20th March 2017 at 13:35
Mondelez International Community Champions Michael Huggins and Steve Davies, have set up a series of fundraising challenges this year to help raise money for our charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands.
Their challenges include organising a wheelchair basketball charity match taking place this Sunday 26th March at Warwick Sports Centre (CPM vs Warwickshire Bears wheelchair basketball team), cycling at Cadbury World, a hula-hoop challenge and Riding Across Britain!
Further support this year has included The Cadbury Foundation supporting CPM with a £3,000 grant towards supporting Health and Well-being within the centre to help our disabled adults in our community and develop our services. Read more.
The charity match taking place on Sunday 26th March (CPM vs Warwickshire Bears) has been organised by Michael Huggins Community Champion at Mondelez International based in Bournville, Birmingham who has also arranged for us to have a chocolate CPM Logo plaque for us to raffle off for Easter. Michael said; “Mondelez are extremely privileged that this game can happen and as part of our ongoing support for CPM this year this game will really kick things off, in terms of our support.”
Mondelez are a keen supporter for our charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands, a few of their employees have relative Vicky Lilly based as disabled client at the CPM community centre in Harborne and nominate support for the charity on a regular basis. Mondelez staff are always keen to help support local charities in the community to develop and help with fundraising.
Mondelez Community champions Michael Huggins and Steve Davies will be taking further challenges throughout the year that involve cycling on static bikes placed at Cadbury World on 21st, 22nd and 23rd April over the Easter weekend, a hula hoop four hour record breaking challenge and Cerebral Palsy Midlands are one of seven charities to be included for fundraising for their Ride Across Britain cycling 100 miles each day starting at Lands’ End and finishing in John O Groats from 9th – 17th September this year. Michael added “This year we are supporting 7 charities and CPM are one of them. Over the year’s Steve & myself get asked to help support many charities and with us taking part in the Ride Across Britain we not just trying to raise funds but we hope we can help raise disability awareness for the charity CPM too.”
For more information about support, development and fundraising contact Development officer for Cerebral Palsy Midlands, sarah Lilly either by telephone 0121 427 3182 (ext.3) or email email@example.com.
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