Cambridge Weight Plan

Charities

Helping to support Just a Drop and the community.

Featuring a variety of charitable events and activities from Cambridge Weight Plan!

A half marathon!

On Sunday 8th April, Nicole Tinto from UK Sales Admin, ran the Berlin Half Marathon in 2 hours and 40 minutes! Well done Nicole!

Nicole raised a fantastic £125 for Corby Nightlight by organising a raffle with CWP employees and raised a further £385 on her Sponsor Page, giving an amazing total of £510!

Nicole thanks everyone for their support on the raffle and message.

Breast friends

Zoe Pepper from Marcomms received a cheque for £500 from the Company to give to Breast Friends Northampton. Breast Friends Northampton is a charity set up to help those who are effected or going through cancer treatment. It is run by women who have been through a breast cancer diagnosis and want to help others who need support. 

As a charity, Breast Friends Northampton promote wellbeing from diagnosis, treatment and beyond. They have monthly meetings where everyone gets together and supports each other. They also have activities spread throughout the year such as wellness walks, pamper evenings and more. Zoe is a volunteer, helping to raise money and support the charity. The money that CWP has kindly donated will help to go towards a weekend away for someone who needs to escape from the effects of treatment. It will also go towards chemotherapy bags that contains items suitable for use before, during and after chemotherapy.  

On behalf of Breast Friends, Zoe would like to thank CWP for their very kind donation; it will go a very long way to helping those who need it.

Supporting local children and families

Anne Duffy from Finance met the volunteers of Maplefields Circle of Friends on the 10th May when she presented them with a cheque for £350 from Cambridge Weight Plan.

Maplefields Circle of Friends is a non-profit organisation which works in the local community supporting children and families who are touched by invisible additional needs / disabilities. They were all very appreciative of the donation and will use the money to buy a projector to enable cinema nights for the children and their families.

Here Anne is presenting the cheque to Lorna, Vice-Chair of Maplefields.



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