Following an appeal for Easter Eggs from Alice Charity, MyCleverHub, Stoke-on-Trent’s first Entrepreneur Incubator and Accelerator hub, has coordinated an Easter Egg appeal which originally aimed to collect 200 eggs, with the first 100 eggs being matched by MyCleverGroup. Thanks to the generosity of local businesses, over 600 eggs have been collected for children and families who otherwise wouldn’t be receiving an Easter Egg in the coming weeks.
In addition to staff contributions from across MyCleverGroup, there have been further donations from Mitten Clarke, Dains Accountants, Water World, Handelsbanken, Mounsey Surveyors, Beswicks Legal, Pace Ward Insurance, Harrison Carloss, Koch Glitsch, Hobb Computers and KMF Group, each of who helped with this appeal for vulnerable children and families across the Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme area.
Suzi Archer, Entrepreneur Accelerator Manager, MyCleverHub commented:
“As a new arrival to Festival Park, we were keen to engage with our neighbouring businesses, so when we read about Alice Charity’s Easter Egg Appeal we were happy to show our support. We’re thrilled with the response and hope the eggs helped to give local, less fortunate children a happier Easter.”
Jon Dudley, Partner, Dains Accountants mentioned: “Supporting the Easter Egg Appeal was a great way to round off our year of fund raising for Alice Charity. Many thanks to MyCleverHub for organising such a great initiative on Festival Park. There will be lots of happy children this Easter.
Emily Petts, Family Support Director, Alice Charity added: “Alice Charity has received requests for over 2000 Easter Eggs so far. Thanks to the support of MyCleverHub, individuals and local businesses we are confident that we will be able to ensure these children will wake up on Easter Sunday with a chocolate egg”.