Solihull office car wash cleans up for Motor Neurone Disease Association - The Solihull Observer

Solihull office car wash cleans up for Motor Neurone Disease Association

Solihull Editorial 21st Aug, 2022   0

OFFICE workers in Shirley raised £1,700 for the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association.

The staff at Stonegate Group, which manages pubs and bars across the country, washed cars for donations in the Monkspath Hall Road site and created and sold limited edition prints for the charity which supports those living with the disease.

Tim Painter, human resource director of Stonegate Group, said: “I’m extremely proud of the whole team who put in a great effort in this latest fundraising push, utilising their skills to raise funds and awareness of MND.

“It was brilliant to see members of the team rolling up their sleeves and getting stuck in washing cars. Everyone involved had a great time.”




The day of fundraising is part of Stonegate Group’s ongoing corporate fundraising partnership with the MND Association and MND Scotland.

Stonegate has raised almost £70,000 for the charities with creative initiatives thought up by its staff in pubs, bars, venues and head office support teams.


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