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Giving back

Here at Boyes Turner we are committed to the support and promotion of organisations, charities and causes. We hold regular charity fundraising activities and sponsor many local and national organisations.

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Charities we support

Many of these organisations are close to our employees hearts and we are proud to support them.  Together we have contributed to the following great causes plus many more.

  • Launchpad
  • The Reading Legal 10k
  • Meningitis Now
  • Headway Thames Valley
  • Dingleys Promise
  • Breast Cancer Now
  • Macmillan
  • Guide Dogs for the Blind
  • Dementia Friends
  • MS Society
  • A number of local sports clubs
  • Daisy's Dream

Daisy's Dream

Boyes Turner are delighted to announce their most recent charitable partnership with Daisy’s Dream.

The charity offers a professional support service that responds to the needs of children and families affected by life-threatening illnesses or bereavement.

To help raise money for Daisy’s Dream, the Boyes Turner team will be running various events throughout the year. We are grateful for any support.

Join us to make a difference: Boyes Turner is fundraising for Daisy's Dream (justgiving.com).

Daisy’s Dream provides free of charge, professional support to children and families who are facing, or have experienced, the death of someone they love. Working across Berkshire, with a project in Cheshire East, they offer a flexible range of services to help families move forward in a positive way.

Visit their website for more information Daisy's Dream (daisysdream.org.uk)

What we will be doing:

On Sunday 23 April, one of our HR Officers, Suzie Walker will be completing the TCS London Marathon to raise funds for Daisy’s Dream.

Suzie says:

“I find running really hard, it’s certainly not something that I can do easily so 26.2 miles is a very daunting task for me. Knowing that I am running to help raise funds for a local charity that does such important work to support children at a challenging and pivotal time for them is what will get me through the miles (and miles) of training and over that finish line.

My son was 2 years old when I was diagnosed with cancer and although I am fine now and he barely remembers me going through treatment, the thoughts of ‘what if I don’t make it?’, ‘how do I make sure that he will be ok without me?’ and ‘how do I support him through this?’ will never leave me.
I would rather that no child has to go through the death of someone they love but the knowledge that Daisy’s Dream is there is a huge comfort and I know that anything that I can raise for them will go towards really making a difference.”

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