Ward Gethin Archer staff at Ely join the #DropAndGiveMe10 challenge to support charity of the year, Scotty’s Little Soldiers
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Office manager and partners at the Ely branch of Ward Gethin Archer accepted the challenge to #DropAndGiveMe10 in support of the firm’s nominated charity of the year, Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
The charity support children who have lost a parent serving in the British Armed Forces.
Nikki Scott founded the charity in August 2010 and following the success of the challenge in the U.S. Scotty’s Little Soldiers Charity are encouraging the Great British public to show the same affection for children in the UK.
Staff and partners at Ward Gethin Archer originally took part in the challenge at their Regis Place offices in King’s Lynn where they ‘dropped down and gave 10 push-ups’ each whilst being recorded.
Nominations followed to staff at the Ely branch who have accepted the challenge and donations are made by texting DAGM10 and donating £5 to 70070.
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Nikki Scott said:“We currently support 212 children in the UK and we hope that with the help of Ward Gethin Archer nominating us as their ‘Charity of the Year,’ and taking part in this challenge, we can jointly raise awareness of Scotty’s and raise more money to help the children we support.
For more information about Scotty’s Little Soldiers and details about #DropAndGiveMe10 please visit their website at: http://www.scottyslittlesoldiers.co.uk/
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