Epresso Web’s latest charity initiative sees a sponsored race night in honor of the Autism Initiatives Charity.
The team are really proud and humbled to be sponsoring this event and have made it their goal to raise the much needed funds for this very good cause.
When agreeing to sponsor this event Espresso Web made it a personal goal to raise as much as possible, so that the charity gets a huge benefit from the night and it helps some very special individuals with some days out or activities in their centre.
From the team’s office in Middlesbrough they are two doors away from Autism Initiatives and have been involved in donating to this important cause for a long while now. Each Friday everyone takes part in ‘Dress Down Friday’ where all teams come in casual clothing and make a small donation that goes straight to Autism Initiatives. You could give £5 a month to sponsor an animal or charity, but seeing the difference you make first hand makes it far more personal. It’s organisations like Autism Initiatives that don’t get enough credit or donations, which makes it even more significant to do your bit.
Espresso Web have been sponsoring Autism Initiatives for a number of years as well as Cash for Kids, so they’re always more than happy to do what they can. Previously the teams have been involved by donating a huge bundle of Christmas presents, collecting 1,000 Easter Eggs and completing a 153 mile bike ride. It’s fair to say where charity is involved, so are Espresso Web!
With less than two months to go, the team would like to push this event to help make sure every ticket sells. The race night itself has some amazing plans underway to ensure a night full of entertainment and fun for all. The main details of this night are:
- Friday 12th May
- 7pm till late
- Thornaby Sports and Leisure Club
- £5 per ticket (includes pie and peas and entry to raffle)
- Multiple horse races
- Over 18’s only
- A great night of fundraising for a fantastic cause
This charity night has the potential to make a huge difference to a number of lives and all it takes is for this event to go off like no other. It would be great if tickets could be purchased for the event, there are also plans for a raffle, auction, horse races and even pie and peas. So if you’re interested in taking part in this charity night, please get in touch with a member of the team or via the Facebook page that has been set up.
The raffle is open to donations, so if you have any unopened gift sets or unwanted presents you wish to donate, please feel free to bring them along or get in touch in advance.