BRG’s MD helps raise £5,000

The Managing Director of the national Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) and two staff cycled more than 100 miles to raise money for the Royal Marsden Hospital. Chris Chown, Beth Sarson and Jade Smith chose the cancer charity because it was where Tony Berry, BRG’s founder and chairman, received treatment before he passed away last year.

Accountants stay local for charity of year

A Hampshire accountancy firm is to dedicate its fundraising activities this year to supporting local people living with cancer. HWB Accountants has announced Wessex Cancer Trust – based yards away in Chandlers Ford – as its charity of 2022.

#kids4dccf – cancer charity launches campaign

Children across Dorset are being asked to help raise money for a cancer charity that has seen its funding slump during the coronavirus crisis. Dorset Cancer Care Foundation (DCCF) gives grants to families who are facing hardship because of cancer – help that is required more than ever at the moment.

#kids4DCCF – how the youngsters can help

Children across Dorset are being asked to help Dorset Cancer Care Foundation (DCCF) in this time of crisis by doing some simple and fun fundraising during their time away from school.

Yellows go pink for charity

For the 14th year in a row Yellow Buses turned pink to raise money and awareness for a breast cancer charity. Drivers, engineers and administration staff swapped their uniforms and overalls for garish garments. Pink wigs, onesies, leggings, shirts, hats, blazers, coats, nail varnish and even hair were on display, making Yellow Buses even brighter than usual. The 14 years … Read More

Wessex Group stands up to cancer

Staff at Dorset’s Wessex Group handed over a cheque for £900 to Cancer Research UK – in memory of one of their staff. The amount will go towards the Stand up to Cancer appeal – a major international fundraising effort. Simon Morgan, director of the group that is based in Shaftesbury, presented the cheque to Melissa Brice, manager of the … Read More

Hairs please!

Bus driver Julie Wood pulled out all the stops for charity and allowed a colleague to shave off all her hair. She gave up her locks on Yellow Buses’ Mufti Day that raised £1,500 for Cancer Research UK. Julie has seen close up the devastating effects of cancer and wanted to help combat the disease. So she allowed fellow driver … Read More