Phil Bramall, a friend of the Willson family, kindly donated savings made from sending Christmas cards by email to his company’s clients rather than by post. Phil kindly provides pro bono accountancy services to the JWCT through his company Tenbury Ltd. This is the second year that Phil has contributed to the JWCT by this means.
Capital International Ltd, a company headquartered in London, made a corporate matching gift of £6,000 to the JWCT in June 2009. The donation was made as part of the company’s gift-matching scheme: when an employee makes a gift to a registered charity such as the JWCT, the company may match this donation, in full or in part, and some companies even match at more than 100% of the donation!
Phil Bramall, who provides pro bono accountancy services to the JWCT through his company Tenbury Ltd, kindly donated the proceeds from sending Christmas cards by email instead of by post. Phil’s environmentally friendly idea raised £200 for the JWCT’s activities.
The employees of Creative Labs UK and its subsidiary 3D Labs donated the proceeds of a staff charity software sale to Jeremy’s charity. £250 was very kindly donated thanks to the nomination of the JWCT by Pete Harrison, a former school friend of Jeremy’s from Maidstone Grammar School, who now works for the company.