How We Raised £1,000+ for the LOROS Accumulator Challenge 2019

Our Loros Accumulator Challenge 2019

The story began when our IT Recruitment consultant, Jouel Potter, partnered with LOROS to raise as much money as possible in a month for the hospice based in the heart of Leicester. 

What We Did.

For the Loros Accumulator Challenge 2019, we decided to create an internal tournament that everyone at Regional Recruitment could get involved in. Our marketing team were able to come up with some creative activities and events that the challengers would participate in. Thanks to the competitive nature of our business everyone was up for the challenge of raising money for Loros. So, we split the Leicester branch into 4 teams and they started competing and began scoring points based on their performance in the events set, along with scoring bonus points for sponsorship money raised by the teams.

The prize? The team that collated the most points were allowed to pie the losing team in the face at the end.

Regional Recruitment services accumlator challenge charity work Jouel Potter
Jouel Potter from Regional Recruitment Services pictured with Magdalena Korytkowska at an event evening where we picked up an award for Most Money Raise.
Regional Recruitment Services timeline for accumalator challenge Loros-min
Regional Recruitment Services timeline for accumalator challenge Loros-min

Why Support LOROS?

Finding a place that is calm, quiet and very different from the stressful environment of a hospital can be difficult. In a time of need, LOROS creates a peaceful, caring environment for the patients, and their loved ones, during their last few moments. This charity is close to the hearts of many of our recruitment consultants here at RRS. So, it seemed right to partner with them.

The LOROS Hospice care eases family anxiety, as hospice professionals are on-call 24-hours, allowing the family to rest in-between visits. They can offer patients what they need, along with wholeheartedly respecting the patient’s needs.

Patients are treated based upon there clinical need, regardless of their background and ability to pay.

It costs LOROS £8.2 million each year to be able to deliver their services. The NHS does provide LOROS with some support. But, LOROS still need to raise at least £6 million each year from the local community to growth and progress

To find out more information, we have shared a link below that showcases all of LOROS’ heartwarming stories.

http://bit.ly/2IGjadf.

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