Re-Gen Waste staff donate over £10k to Cancer Fund for Children

Written by: Maddie Ballard | Published:
Money raised through donations, events and raffle days was donated to Cancer Fund for Children

Staff at waste management company Re-Gen Waste have raised £5,000 for the Cancer Fund for Children in their latest charity drive, in addition to £5,780 earlier this year.

The funds, which employees raised through a mixture of company donations, events, and raffle days, will support Northern Ireland’s leading children’s cancer charity’s cancer support specialists, who guide and support affected families at home and in the community.

They will also assist the charity in running its therapeutic short break and residential centre in Newcastle, County Down, Daisy Lodge.

Joseph Doherty, managing director of Re-Gen Waste, said: “Everyone has been touched by cancer in some way, whether personally or through a family member or a friend, so we were honoured to make Cancer Fund for Children the worthy recipients of our charity drive.

“Our donations will hopefully go some way to give children and their families facing a cancer diagnosis and treatment, sanctuary, comfort and a chance to rebuild their family unit at home and while visiting at Daisy Lodge.

“As business owners we have a responsibility to the communities we operate in. It’s important to show our support, give back, and be involved.”

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