RedEye, a marketing software and services company based in Shenley Pavilions, have been fundraising for Alzheimer’s Society for the past 12 months. The whole company has relished the opportunity to find new and fun ways to raise money for this important cause.
Throughout the year RedEye have jumped out of planes, tackled the three peaks, held cake sales and car washes, driven across Europe in a banger rally, organised sweepstakes and raffles and much much more!
RedEye have counted every penny raised from across the business and are pleased to announce that the final figure raised for Alzheimer’s Society is £30,679.04.
£11,046 could pay for the running of a Dementia Café for an entire year, giving up to 45 people the opportunity to share their personal experiences and feel less isolated. So the amount RedEye have raised is clearly going to have a big impact.
Aimee Maguet, Senior Corporate Partnership Executive at Alzheimer’s Society said:
“The amount raised by RedEye is amazing and something they should all be proud of. RedEye have really got stuck in fundraising over the course of the year, getting involved with our cupcake day, Elf the Musical raffle and many other ideas they have come up with themselves.”
Scott Young, Head of HR at RedEye added:
“I was delighted when RedEye employees chose to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society and it is clear by the amount raised that all employees have completely committed to fundraising for them throughout the year. We are all absolutely thrilled with the result. An accomplishment we can all be proud of!”