1st Choice Insurance is hosting a ‘Boo’s and Brews’ event on Thursday the 31st October 2019 to help raise money and awareness for Shrewsbury based charity The Little Rascals Foundation. The foundation helps disabled children lead the fun and happy lives they deserve, primarily through support, group activities and after school clubs.
The event will take place at 1st Choice Insurance’s offices in Global House, Shrewsbury Business Park, SY2 6LG. Doors will be open to anybody wanting to get involved and help support a local charity from 10 am until 2 pm. Please come along and help us make this a success and share the event with friends, family and peers, too! For any more information email Callum Watkins on email@example.com.
Jason Martin, Managing Director at 1st Choice Insurance, explains “After meeting with Ben and guys who run the foundation, it was immediately clear to us that these guys support a great cause with such passion. Many people depend on their services and I’m certain more could benefit. We want to support the foundation to grow and raise awareness”.
Everyone is welcome to the event which will include a prize raffle, a cake sale and a mystery prize box. Some brave 1st Choice Insurance staff volunteers will also be partaking in bug eating challenges and having their legs waxed in aid of raising funds for this great cause. Please support our guys and donate via the GoFundMe page to sponsor them. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to The Little Rascals Foundation. This event should combine networking opportunities, good cakes and plenty of entertainment – look forward to seeing you there!
Ben Wotton, co-founder of The Little Rascals Foundation says “We are so grateful for the support 1st Choice Insurance are giving to Little Rascals Foundation. Having their support will make a huge difference to the work we are doing with children with disabilities and their families. The funds and awareness they are helping us to raise will help us to continue offering the services that make such a difference to the children’s lives.”
To help us achieve our fundraising target for the foundation please make a kind contribution to our GoFundMe page, HERE: http://bit.ly/32xuX3HBack to blog