Intouch supports the Rainbow Trust
From having paint thrown at us whilst fun running, to donating our Christmas card money, Intouch are proud to have shown our continued support in raising money for the Rainbow Trust throughout 2015.
Who are the Rainbow Trust?
The Rainbow Trust is a charity that provides support and care for families with seriously or terminally ill children. Through their positive work, families receive essential support at home, in their community and whilst in hospital. Rainbow Trust is there to offer their services from the moment a child is diagnosed, during their treatment and beyond – whenever the family needs help and support.
Take a little look below at all the good work the charity does for those in need:
The Rainbow Run
In April of this year our team of ‘Mo Farah wannabes’ took part in the Rainbow Run, a 3km fun run where different coloured paint powders were thrown at them! Needless to say they ended up every colour of the rainbow but had a fantastic time doing it, all in the name of raising money for this great cause. Here are a couple of pictures of the team at the finish line:
To see all of the photos from the event, take a look at our Pinterest page.
The Christmas card donation
At this time of the year, we’d like to think that helping others would mean more to our clients and partners then receiving a Christmas card, that’s why we’ve donated the cost of the cards and postage to the Rainbow Trust.
If you’d like to support the Rainbow Trust
Please visit their website and donate however much you wish here.
A big thank you to you all!
We’d like to say a big thank you to all of our clients for working with us in 2015. We will continue to support the charity throughout 2016 and will share all of our photos through our social media platforms. Make sure you’re following us to get all the latest news, blogs and photos.
Thank you again to you all and we wish you a peaceful and merry festive season!
From all of the team here at Intouch Accounting.
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