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Simpson Group supports charity close to heart

Simpson Group has dedicated its time and money to helping a charity after one of its employees started to suffer from alopecia.

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Carole Cavanagh is a member of the charity Panache, based in Sunderland

The Washington-based firm chose to support Panache Group in Sunderland, where Simpson Group production administrator Carole Cavanagh is a member of the charity. The organisation aims to raise awareness and support women, men and children who suffer from alopecia.

 It all helps in our bid to work towards our vision of opening up a hub here in the North East that helps women, men and children around the area

As part of its ongoing support for the charity, Simpson Group has provided tickets, life-sized cardboard cut-outs and has donated £500 to the charity.

Cavanagh comments: “We are thrilled with the money raised through the recent event and the on-going support from the Simpson Group. It all helps in our bid to work towards our vision of opening up a hub here in the North East that helps women, men and children around the area.”

Simpson Group is supporting Panache in support of production administrator, Carole Cavanagh

It is not the first time that Simpson Group has worked with charities, having supported the Great North Air Ambulance and Alzheimer’s Society with printed products. Other charities include The Motor Neurone Disease Association and Together for Short Lives, with the chosen organisations often playing a part in employees’ lives.

Dean Williams, managing director at Simpson Group, says: “We’ve supported numerous charities over the years and when an employee puts forward a charity that’s personal to them, like Panache Group, then all the better as we can see first-hand the effects. We understand that we as a business can have an effect on a community and equally we want to contribute to the heartbeat of that community.”



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