Last week the team at Searches UK baked, bought and gobbled scrumptious cakes all in the name of a good cause. Joining numerous companies and firms across the country they set up a MacMillan Coffee Morning to raise money for cancer research.
Searches UK donated money to MacMillan Cancer Support, whose current running total for the Coffee Mornings is over £6 million.
MacMillan Cancer Support was established in 1911 and has helped thousands of people affected by cancer over the past 100 years. Last year alone they raised £25 million through the Coffee Mornings and aim to beat this in 2015.
Lisa Summerton, Sales & Marketing Director, at Searches UK said:
“Searches UK were thrilled to partake in the MacMillan Coffee Morning and our team we extremely generous with their time and skills in the kitchen! We support charities all over the country and across the world as we believe it is incredibly important to give something back to our community. It was really easy to get involved and we all had a great time raising money for this valuable cause.”
Organising a Coffee Morning couldn’t be easier, simply visit their website to request your free kit today. Searches UK provide a convenient and hassle free service for solicitors and conveyancers in need of residential and commercial property searches, contact them directly today on 0800 043 1815 for help setting up an account.
Searches UK are committed to supporting the environment in which they operate and have launched a Charity Search Pack for Sussex based firms which supports the Rockinghorse Children’s Charity. 20% of the profits made on these packs will be donated to the Rockinghorse to help buy cardiac monitors for the local children’s hospital.
For more information about any of the products and services from Searches UK visit their website and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Google+. Alternatively email them at [email protected] to speak to one of their dedicated team today.
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