adi Goes Ape In Its Continuing Support For Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Adventurous adi employees took to the treetops this August as part of the company’s on-going support for Birmingham Children’s Hospital, its chosen charity for 2014.
Earlier this month, the team of five, Anna Holz, Chloe Pamely, Claire Rowley, David Barnes and Kris Voice, flew down wires, leapt off Tarzan swings and took on a high rope assault course at the Go Ape Tree Top Challenge in Cannock Chase, Staffordshire.
So far almost £3000 has been raised for the charity through events such as these and donations via their pledge page, http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/adiGroup . adi Group would like to thank all those who have given and its enthusiastic employees for their continued support of the charity events organised throughout the year.
“We are very proud of our staff who consistently come up with great ideas and events to help raise money for Birmingham Children’s Hospital, a cause we continue to actively support throughout the year,” said James Sopwith, Group Sales and Marketing Director, adi Group.
“Anything we can do to support the hospital with its ground-breaking work and the ceaseless care and attention it gives to some of our most poorly young people, we will proudly continue to do.”BACK TO ARTICLES