M2 was delighted to support HP in their charity fundraiser ‘Zero to Hero’ for the Prince’s Trust.
Founded in 1976 by HRH The Prince of Wales to deliver on his commitment to improving the lives of disadvantaged people in the UK, the Prince’s Trust helped more than 56,000 young people turn their lives around last year. Indeed of those helped by the Trust more than three in four achieve a positive outcome, moving into jobs, education and training.
‘Zero to Hero’ a fundraising competition run by the Prince’s Trust offers companies the chance to put their entrepreneurialism to the test by planning a fundraising competition amongst internal teams. HP’s Zero to Hero charity fundraiser in total raised over £30,000 with £4,500 of that generated by a raffle which M2 supported by donating a prize.
John Taylor, CEO at M2 commented:
“We were pleased to support HP in their successful fundraiser for the Prince’s Trust. The work that the Trust do, helping disadvantaged young people turn their lives around is truly inspirational and it’s great that we could contribute to such a worthy cause.
“This is just one example of our tradition in actively supporting charitable causes. For example, every year we run our Mulvey Cup Golf Day to benefit Cancer Research, in memory of our colleague Steve Mulvey and we’ve also donated to other chosen charities including Marie Curie, Macmillan Cancer support and the Teenage Cancer Trust.”