Brand Recruitment takes part in ‘Wear it. Beat it.’ with BHF

After hearing about the ‘Wear it. Beat it.’ campaign, Brand Recruitment was inspired to take part to help raise money for the British Heart Foundation (BHF). One in four of our loved ones are lost to heart and circulatory disease, so on Friday 6th February we all wore as much red clothing as we could in the office to help support this amazing campaign!

We arranged a number of fun activities with support from the BHF including a guess ‘how many feather’s are on a four foot feather boa?’ competition and a fun ‘red raffle’. All of the prizes that were won were red themed including a red teddy bear and Red Bull.

We all managed to raise £63 in the office for the BHF by carrying out these fun fundraising games! The money we raised will help towards their mission which is to win the fight against cardiovascular disease and their vision is a world in which people do not die prematurely or suffer from cardiovascular disease.

The BHF is a wonderful charity who for over 50 years have pioneered research that’s transformed the lives of people living with heart and circulatory conditions. Their work has been central to the discoveries of vital treatments that are changing the fight against heart disease. Everyone at Brand Recruitment was delighted to donate to this amazing charity. If you would like to get involved and show your support, the British Heart Foundation website has more information on the life changing work that they do.

Please take a look on our Brand Recruitment website to view our latest marketing and PR jobs across the Central and Eastern regions. If you would like to receive notifications of our suitable jobs directly to your phone, you can now download and register on our Brand Recruitment app, which is available now to download on all smart phones and tablet devices.

You can also keep up-to-date with all of our fundraising fun by please following our Twitter page.

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