Norfolk solicitors donates thousands of pounds to the nook appeal

Norfolk solicitors donates thousands of pounds to the nook appeal

Jan 18, 2019

A solicitors in Stalham and Wroxham has given the nook appeal a boost of £5,411.25.

Capron and Helliwell chose to support the appeal as its charity of the year for 2018.

Fundraising highlights included staff taking part in the Norwich Bubble Rush, for which the partnership also sponsored a bubble arch, donating unclaimed client accounts, various office activities including a hamper raffle and Christmas jumper day, collecting at Stalham Fringe Festival and Stalham Yuletide Market, a bingo night for families and a concert in conjunction with Norfolk Wherry Brass.

Capron and Helliwell has also sponsored a brick as part of Pave the Path.

Sarah Bunkell, Capron and Helliwell Accounts Manager, says: “EACH was chosen by the employees of Capron and Helliwell as their charity of the year for 2018. We’re very happy to have been able to support the nook appeal as it’s such a worthwhile cause.”

Staff of Capron and Helliwell were among 1,800 who got covered in coloured foam at last year’s Norwich Bubble Rush. The exciting fundraiser is happening again this year on Saturday, 18 May.

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