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The Accumulator Challenge

News   •   Aug 14, 2018 12:04 BST

The Accumulator Challenge, in aid of ellenor, is back!

Do you have what it takes to compete with local businesses to become the Ultimate Accumulator?

From an initial investment of £50 cash and afour month timescale, local businesses will compete against each other to see who can raise the most money for families facing terminal illness.
Sponsored by Thomson Snell and Passmore, this is a team buildingactivity your team will LOVE. The challenge offers the opportunity to be as creative as possible by investing a small amount of money in a variety of fundraising and money making activities to generate funds for a charity which makes a realdifference in your community.

Chris Kirby-Turner, Partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore says: “We are delighted to be sponsoring this highly imaginative challenge, as part of Thomson Snell & Passmore’s continued support of ellenor’s great work. We very much look forward to seeing what will no doubt be a wide range of exciting ideas from teams across the local business community.”

Thomson Snell & Passmore is a full-service law firm providing peace of mind to generations of families and businesses. Clients include owner managed businesses, SME’s, PLC’s, local authorities, charities and private individuals.

The four month challenge starts on 1 September and culminates in an Awards Ceremony in February 2019. Last year's Accumulators' Challenge raised over £18,000, an amount we are hoping to exceed this year.

“If you would like to make a difference in the community, this is the challenge for you. We’ve been blown away by the enthusiasm shown for the challenge; over 20 companies have already signed up, so why not join them to help raise as much as possible to help localpatients and their families who needhospicecare” says Kate Barnes, Fundraising Manager at ellenor.

Last year’s winners A4G Amherst (pictured) raised an incredible £2172.76.

To register your business, please contact Kate Barnes, Fundraising Manager on 01474 320007 or go to

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