Pure Table Top Choose Alex’s Wish as Their Charity of the Year

March 18, 2020 8:56 am

A Leicestershire based business have decided to support Alex’s Wish, after meeting Emma Hallam – founder and Director of the charity – at Vistage, a peer-to-peer network.

Commenting on why Pure Table Top chose Alex’s Wish to be their charity of the year, Tanith Sellicks from the company said, “Emma’s energy, passion and positivity for Alex’s Wish radiates from every pore; she is a true inspiration!  Upon first meeting her it’s impossible not to get on the journey with her to help fund trials and ultimately find the cure for this devastating condition.”

“The support from Emma’s team that we have already received in terms of guiding us in our various fundraising activities has been phenomenal and we know we’re going to smash our targets!  Not only are we doing something to support Alex’s Wish but our planned activities are going to be a great way to team build and have fun in the process.  We’re very much looking forward to our year supporting Alex’s Wish and working with Emma and her team.”

The company aims to raise £5,000 over the course of the next 12 months and plan to do that by taking part in events organised by Alex’s Wish as well as by organising their own events.

Wendy Wilson also adds, “Emma has already been in to see us a couple of times and has shared ideas with us on fun things we can do.  We’ve also had plenty of ideas bounced around by the team too so we should be creating some interesting and fun events!  We can’t wait to get started.”

Emma Hallam from Alex’s Wish added, “I really love working closely with our supporters be they private individuals or businesses of all shapes and sizes.  When we have the opportunity to work with a business for 12 months it means we can really develop the relationship and help out where needed.  Businesses who choose Alex’s Wish as their charity of the year are extremely important to us and will help us to raise our next £1,000,000 which will go to further support clinical research and clinical trials which, we hope, will bring about treatments and, ultimately, a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.”

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