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Papworth Trust Accumulator Challenge

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Can your company meet The Papworth Trust Accumulator Challenge?

The challenge

To take £50* and invest it to make as much money as possible within two months.

The rules

It has to be safe and legal – the rest is up to you and your team’s imagination and entrepreneurial spirit!

The background

30 companies will be taking part in the event - the contest is to see who can raise the most amount of money with a prize for the winner – not to mention the glory!. Papworth Trust staff have already road tested this challenge with ideas ranging from Panini lunch sales, wine tasting evenings through to the design, creation and sale of calendars – do you think you have what it takes to beat our total?

As a leading disability charity we are no strangers to challenges, we face them every day and work alongside disabled children, teenagers and adults – with their families - to overcome obstacles to ensure equality, choice and independence for all.

How does the challenge work?

*£50 per company will be given out at our launch event in September – we can supply the £50 or it can be underwritten by you. You are then given two months to make it grow in to as much as possible – if you need help with ideas just ask us!

What's in it for you?

  • Have a direct impact on the lives of disabled people living in the Suffolk area
  • PR & Marketing opportunities galore. Taking part in our challenge will really put your business on the map.
  • Logo and hyperlink added to our website for all companies raising £500 or more
  • Allows you to team build and have some fun!

What happens next?

We are operating on a first come first served basis, so to ensure that your business is included please email jo.revitt@papworth.org.uk or call Jo Revitt on 07792 569851. The business that has raised the most money and the total funds raised will be announced at the “Challenge Finale” early in December.

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