Charities and Events
Help us to support the causes that are close to our heart.
It has always meant the world to us that we can get involved in good causes across the area. The Sheffield community has given us the successes in business that have brought us here today and we want to give back to that community wherever and whenever we are able.
We have loved making so many good friends along the way. From playing with all the dogs at the latest Thornberry event to exploring the city by air to find all the Bears of Sheffield, it means so much to help these causes succeed.
Bears of Sheffield - Children's Hospital Charity
The Bears have taken to the streets of Sheffield this summer.
We are counting down the last week of the trail so find them all before they are gone!
Help us to Support the Sheffield Children’s Hospital by finding the 100 little bears decorated by talented children and young people of all ages from schools across the region. Plus 60 big bear sculptures brought to life by professional local and international artists (there is even a not so secret 61st).
Thurgoland Scarecrow Trail
A party in the park and the whole village is invited
This year’s Scarecrow trail was an astounding success, the community as a whole & neighbouring villages all thoroughly enjoyed the day. The weather was kind for us and hundreds of locals came to walk around the village admiring the fabulously created ‘book’ characters that had been made and displayed for everyone to enjoy.
Thornberry Animal Sanctuary
Every year (COVID permitting) you can find us at one of their biggest events of the year: Pooches in the Park.
We help in every way we can to raise a bit of extra money for their very worthy cause of protecting and rehoming rescue animals of all shapes and sizes.
Museum Sheffield & Benchmark Recruitment
Our incredible friends over at Benchmark Recruitment host a thoroughly challenging Big Fat Quiz of the Year with all the proceeds going toward a very worthy local cause. This year the annual quiz was held in aid of Benchmark’s charity of the year, Museum Sheffield.
More than 150 people from different businesses across the Sheffield City Region joined Benchmark at Millennium Gallery to test their general knowledge, with questions ranging from Sheffield’s history and culture to a ‘name that tune’ category. We were absolutely honoured to take part, make our contribution to a very worthy cause, and get thoroughly thrashed in the process.
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