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The Williams Kent family have had a couple of hectic months planning lots of exciting new launches. Besides adding a new team member, rebrand, new website and office expansion, we have also partnered up with the Charity, Willow Foundation!
At the heart of Williams Kent is our commitment to caring and developing relationships with the wider community. We have chosen to partner with Willow Foundation, a charity close to our hearts and in line with our company values and ethos.
‘Willow is the only UK charity supporting seriously ill young adults by providing Special Days. Each unique experience is a positive focus away from treatment or marks recovery from illness. The planning, anticipation and excitement of the day itself boosts confidence and provides inspiration to make every moment count.’
As a business we are focused on matching candidates and clients, optimising their working lives and via Willow we hope to extend this by helping others fulfil their dreams.
We have lots of fundraising ideas planned, with our Cake Sale day in our office building next week on Thursday 15th December and a fun run scheduled for the New Year. There is something you could do to help us right now and that is the Starbucks #RedCupCheer campaign to win a grant of either £500 or £1,000 for the charity. All you have to do is generate as much ‘noise’ as possible on twitter between 1stDecember and 24th December 2016. This is achieved through posting Tweets including the hashtag #RedCupCheer and the Willow twitter handle, @Willow_Fdn. So the next time you buy a Red Cup – don’t forget to tweet! You can check out our Tweets on our Twitter page www.twitter.com/WilliamsKentHR.
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