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50:50 Club May 2018 Prizewinners

Thank you to everyone who has ecome a member of the 50:50 Club, making regular donations to the Charity with the added bonus of having the chance to win a prize every month.

Check here each month to find out who has won. (All Prizwinners will be notified by post)

 

This Month's Prizewinners are :

1st Prize       Nick Ward

2nd Prize     Linda Gregory

3rd Prize      Andrew Finney

 

Congratulations to the winners and good luck everyone for next month.

 

 

Fun and fundraising at Charity Day

Locks were lost but pounds were added as staff at two of Ark Cancer Centre Charity’s Our Partner corporate supporters held a special fundraising day.

Staff at sister companies Easy as HGV Ltd and HGV Driver Training Centre Ltd are supporting Ark as one of their Charities of the Year for 2018, and they held a special Charity Day to boost the coffers.

A dress-up or dress-down opportunity and a bake-off competition helped to raise money and employee Nick Lake went the extra mile by losing his hair in a sponsored head shave.

The Welsh Xtrem delivers £4K boost for Ark

A major Welsh event has given a £4,000 fundraising boost to Ark Cancer Centre Charity after the organisers and competitors were inspired to support the charity by a cancer survivor.

Nick Anderson has been a regular entrant to The Welsh Xtrem – a three-day multi-discipline 4x4 challenge event that tests the driver and co-driver to their limit and ability.

Last year, father-of-three Nick, from Sherborne St John, faced a life-changing battle with tongue cancer – one that he has thankfully survived.

Rotary duck race will help Ark

Ark Cancer Centre Charity is delighted to announce that members of the Basingstoke Loddon Rotary Club will once again be donating proceeds from their popular annual duck race day to the charity.

Taking place between 1.30pm and 3pm on Monday, May 28 on the River Loddon at Bartons Mill, Old Basing, the rubber duck races are a well-known fun annual event, and they always attract a flood of entries.

This year, the prize for the owner of the overall winning duck will be a flying lesson that has been kindly donated by Blackbushe Aviation.

Sylvia's business birthday party helps Ark

There was a great turnout as family, friends and clients celebrated a milestone for a popular Basingstoke businesswoman whose company really lives up to its name.

Basingstoke Rugby Club’s Down Grange clubhouse was the venue for a party to mark the fifth anniversary of HR that Helps, which is run by Sylvia Goddard.

Sylvia has over 25 years’ experience in the human resources industry, and five years ago she decided to set up her own consultancy.

Sylvia's business birthday party helps Ark

There was a great turnout as family, friends and clients celebrated a milestone for a popular Basingstoke businesswoman whose company really lives up to its name.

Basingstoke Rugby Club’s Down Grange clubhouse was the venue for a party to mark the fifth anniversary of HR that Helps, which is run by Sylvia Goddard.

Sylvia has over 25 years’ experience in the human resources industry, and five years ago she decided to set up her own consultancy.

Champion Charity Golf Day tees up fundraising boost for Ark

The Champion Group inaugural Charity Golf Day teed up a great fundraising boost for Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Eighteen teams took part in the event at Dummer Golf Club, and the generous support of the players as well as auction sponsors produced a winning result for Ark as £4,695.85 was raised on the day.

Beaufort team take fundraising to a new height

Fabulous fundraisers from Beaufort Financial really rose to the challenge of completing a daring abseil challenge in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Members of the Beaufort team, as well as some of their clients and business associates, took Ark’s fundraising to a new height when they abseiled 100 metres down the iconic Emirates Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth on Sunday.

Great show of support from Phillips Solicitors

They have been great Our Partner supporters of Ark Cancer Centre Charity - and the Phillips Solicitors team were delighted to hand over a cheque for £7,098 after another successful year of fundraising.

The giant cheque represented the end result of various fundraising activities for Ark, which was Phillips' Charity of the Year for 2016-17 and 2017-18.

Ark supporters take fundraising to a new height

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again – and that’s exactly what 18 fabulous Ark Cancer Centre Charity supporters did as they came, saw and conquered an abseiling challenge at a Hampshire landmark.

High winds on April 7 meant a team of intrepid fundraisers had to reschedule their attempt to abseil down the Emirates Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth – so on Sunday, May 13, the determined team returned and completed the feat in style.

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