Recruiters give some egg-stra help this Easter to North London childrens hospice
Accountancy Action, which has offices in London and across the Home Counties, works closely with Noah’s Ark Charity, a children’s hospice n Barnet, and when they heard they needed eggs for the annual Easter Egg Hunt they set themselves an egg hunt challenge of their own.
Accountancy Action managing director, Marc Kirsch, said, “We have been blown away by the support from our clients and local businesses to our appeal. We have collected well over 450 eggs, the response has been overwhelming”
This year, Noah’s Ark are running their & lsquo;Easter Eggstravaganza’ on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th of April at Capel Manor Gardens in Enfield.. Last year the event attracted over 1500 people and raised nearly £7000 for the charity. This year they hope to exceed this and raise in excess of £10,000.
Taylan Uysal, Noah’s Ark community fundraiser, says, “The Easter Eggstravaganza is one of the biggest in our Fundraising Calendar and very well attended. Numbers have been increasing every year and following the roaring success of last year’s event we’ve extended it to two days and so that even more people can attend. One of the main draws is the Easter Egg trail which the children, and their parents, really enjoy. To make the trail a success we need lots and lots of Easter eggs so we’re really grateful to businesses like Accountancy Action and local residents, schools and community groups who are getting involved by either donating Easter eggs or giving a helping hand on the day. This event helps Noah’s Ark to raise thousands of pounds each year and with the community’s support we will be able to continue to provide practical and emotional support services to help families enjoy their lives together while their child is still alive or undergoing stressful treatment.”