Helistrat Raise Money and Spend Time for 2018 Charities

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Leading environmental consultancy and contract manager, Helistrat have spent over 100 hours volunteering for charity while raising £5,000 in the process.

The Helistrat Team have been hard at work over the last 12 months ensuring they give back to the community as well as causes close to their hearts. Throughout the year, our teams took on enduring 24 hour Thunder Runs, Final Straw beach cleans in the peak of summer and serving warm meals to the less fortunate with the Real Junk Food Project.

Internal fundraising days saw us supporting the World Cup, getting into the spirit of Halloween and spreading some festive cheer. Together, we raised over £5,000 for our nominated charities with special support from our CEO, who alone raised over £1,000 with his spray tan challenge.

Commenting on this support, Harvey Laud, CEO at Helistrat said:

“It’s fantastic to see everyone get behind our fundraising activities to raise money for these charities and as a business, we are privileged to be in a position to support our local community by offering each member of our team a day off to volunteer. It is always encouraging to see colleagues going out and giving their time to support local charities and causes”

The charities we supported are:

The Stubbington Ark
The RSPCA Solent Branch is the focus for local animal welfare services covering 400 sq.miles including the Portsmouth and Southampton area. The Stubbington Ark provides care and rehoming for all manner of animals, domestic, wildlife, farm stock and exotics with more than 500 animals on site.

www.stubbingtonark.org.uk/

Solent Mind
Solent Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.

www.solentmind.org.uk/

Age Concern Hampshire
Age Concern Hampshire is an independent registered charity working to promote independent living to over 50s in the country. They provide information and advice plus care and support for the well bring of over 58,000 people each year.

www.ageconcernhampshire.org.uk/

Mary Rose Academy
The Mary Rose Academy is focused on ensuring that their pupils are prepared for the next significant stage of their lives, whatever that may be. They identify what the pupils will achieve and ensure it happens. Mary Rose Academy puts their pupils at the core of everything they do.

maryroseacademy.info/