The team at IAPS Group have once again donned dodgy Christmas clothing to raise funds for charity.
The Telford-based company, which is the UK’s largest independent full service distributor of powered access platforms, continued its annual tradition of wearing frightful festive fashion and donating to a local good cause. The traditional tasteless Christmas jumpers were out in force, along with an array of seasonal hats, tinsel and glitter.
All funds raised will go to HelpHarryHelpOthers, a campaign started by nine-year-old Harry Moseley to help other people with cancer. Harry, who had an inoperable brain tumour, spent his last two years raising money by selling handmade bracelets and fulfilling speaking engagements. Harry died in October 2011, aged 11. However, the charity he founded continues to offer help to anyone affected by cancer, while also funding research into a cure for brain tumours.
This is the third year running that the company has run a sponsored Christmas jumper day – and the second consecutive year it has donated the proceeds to HelpHarryhelpOthers.
Lucy Bebbington, Sales and Marketing Manager for IAPS Group, said: “We are lucky to work with a generous bunch of really fun people who embrace this event and get right into the spirit of it.
HelpHarryHelpOthers is a really good cause and it does some great work in Harry Moseley’s memory. We are proud to support this charity while having some festive fun at the same time.”
For further details on HelpHarryHelpOthers, visit www.hhho.org.uk. If you are feeling really brave, you can see more festive photos of the team in their dodgy Christmas jumpers our Facebook page and Twitter feed.