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Charity of the Year 2024/25 - Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust

Charity of the Year 2024/25 - Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust

Mon 15 Apr 2024

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We are delighted to announce that our new charity partner for 2024/25 is Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT). We have chosen to fundraise for ACT as a tribute to Danielle Spauls, who was an administrator in our Norwich office and sadly passed away last August. 

Our aim is to support and raise awareness of our chosen charity, as well as foster teamwork among colleagues fundraising together in different offices.

Donna Lee-Willis, Head of Community Fundraising at ACT, said: “Our purpose is to raise funds to make Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Hospital even better for our patients and staff, over and above what the NHS provides.

Funds raised for ACT help to improve patient care by enabling quicker and more accurate diagnosis and ensuring people get the treatment they need in environments that support health and aid faster recovery.
Donna Lee-Willis, Head of Community Fundraising at ACT

“With the help of many generous supporters and companies such as Brown&Co, we provide funds for additional state-of-the-art equipment, specialist staff, environmental enhancements and innovative research to support patient care day after day, year after year.

“We are excited about the partnership and look forward to supporting Brown&Co in its fundraising.”

Watch the video below to find out more about the research conducted at Addenbrooke's:

Andrew Fundell, Partner, said: “Brown&Co annually nominates a charity. Having lost our colleague Danielle Spauls following a short illness, we had no hesitation in nominating ACT because of the support and care the hospital gave her and her family.”

Georgia Dawson, Marketing Manager, who coordinates the charity fundraising for Brown&Co, said: “We are proud to be fundraising for ACT to honour the memory of our much-loved colleague, Danielle (Dannii) Spauls.

“With support from all our UK offices, we hope to make a real difference by helping ACT fund high-tech equipment, specialist staff and crucial research to find potential cures and save lives locally, nationally and worldwide.”

For more information, you can contact Andrew Fundell or Georgia Dawson in the Norwich office on 01603 629871.

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