Posted on October 26th, 2009
Employees at PROjEN Ltd raise money for charity
PROjEN, the specialist engineering Project Management Company, based in Northwich Cheshire is proud to announce raising £133.16 after supporting Jeans for Genes day on Friday 2nd October.
Each member of staff in the office that day took part by donating £2 to wear their jeans to work. The money raised will go towards funding the care and support for children and families affected by genetic disorders, as well as research into the causes and cures of these conditions.
The aim of Jeans for Genes is to change the world for children living with genetic disorders. Research shows that genetic disorders affect 1 in 33 children born in the UK – the equivalent to one in every class of school children. Many of these disorders have no treatment available and more than half of all childhood deaths in the UK are linked to a genetic condition.
PROjEN’s Managing Director Martin Seabrook is delighted with the level of participation and enthusiasm that PROjEN’s employees demonstrate:
“It is fantastic to see the level of support and commitment everyone at PROjEN show when participating at fundraising events. On Jeans for Genes day all at PROjEN were committed to raising money at this fun but beneficial event.”