A group from Jacobs the Jewellers will leap from an aircraft later on this month as part of the business’s dedication to raising ₤ 70,000 for a regional charity throughout its 70th anniversary.
Now a quarter of the method through the fundraising year, where the jeweller is assisting the Royal Berkshire Hospital’s Berkshire Cancer Centre raise cash to acquire a surface area directed radiotherapy maker, Jacobs the Jeweller is taking its charity program to brand-new heights on April 22.
Today saw the very first of 4 prepared draws for a charity raffle. Ian Thomson, director of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Charity, signed up with Adrienne Jacobs, co-owner of Jacobs the Jewellers, to draw a winning ticket. The winner of the raffle took house a huge basket of items, while the raffle raised ₤ 1,570 to the jeweller’s overall.
A more 3 raffles will occur in between now and January 2019.
Continuing the effort, in less than 3 weeks a group of 5 sponsored ‘Jacobs Jumpers’ will each tandem sky dive from a regional airfield. The group consists of Steve McManus, the ceo of the RBH Trust.
Far, the dive has actually raised over ₤ 4300.
” I needed to support this great collaboration with Jacobs and I’ve put my loan where my mouth is with the parachute dive,” shares McManus. “I cannot wait to leap and reveal my gratitude for all the wonderful personnel at the Trust and for the broader Reading neighborhood. We’re all happy to be standing, or leaping even, together with Jacobs.”
Jacobs likewise revealed their joint sponsorship with the Porsche Centre Reading, of the 2018 Royal Berkshire Charity Soapbox Challenge at Engelfield Park on August 18, b another element of this landmark year. In the next month, the household owned organisation will begin taking bookings for the centrepiece of the year’s fundraising, a gala black tie ball at Reading’s Hilton.
“It’s been a hectic begin to the year and we’re thrilled to have actually made development to our target. The action we’ve had from the neighborhood, particularly clients has actually been heart-warming: we get a sense that it’s actually deepened our roots in the town,” remarks Adam Jacobs, co-owner of Jacobs the Jewellers.
Ian Thomson, director of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Charity, signed up with Adrienne Jacobs, co-owner of Jacobs the Jewellers, to draw a winning ticket.” I had to support this wonderful collaboration with Jacobs and I’ve put my cash where my mouth is with the parachute dive,” shares McManus. We’re all happy to be standing, or leaping even, together with Jacobs.”