We’re delighted to announce we are supporting….

15 April, 2019

….many many charities.  Dawleys take an active role in fundraising for various local and national charities.  Why do we do this?

As a business we find there are many benefits

Our charity support is a cornerstone of our brand, defining who we are as a company and how we wish to be perceived.  It helps define our differences from our competition and is an important recruitment tool for attracting top talent to Dawleys.

Our employees are able to work together for a common cause that is not business related.  This is usually fun and promotes a sense of camaraderie and unity as they work towards a shared mission and common goal.

Sharing stories of our support provides local community awareness of Dawleys as a business and reinforces to current and prospective employees that Dawleys are an ethical company.

Fund raising puts you in contact with a network of like minded business owners making important and valuable links that can benefit both charity and business as you work towards a common goal.

Team Dawleys

Listed below is a sample of the types of charity events and support Dawleys and Dawleys employees have taken part in over the last 18 months

Tough Mudder
Angela Bryant with Dawley Bear before running in EMACS
Angela Bryant with Dawley Bear before running in EMACS
Martin Jukes completing the Newport Marathon
Martin Jukes completing the Newport Marathon
Roger Parckar (R) Hereford FC Academy sponsorship
Roger Parckar (R) Hereford FC Academy sponsorship

London Marathon

This year Luke Beard, Account & Sales Director at Dawleys will be running the London Marathon on 28 April 2019, to raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy charity MD UK.  MD UK are one of Dawleys clients managing their online shop order handling and fulfilment. https://www.musculardystrophyuk.org/

Since signing up the support from local businesses has been phenomenal and Dawleys have paid Luke’s registration fees and his expenses.

Luke Beard London Marathon
Luke Beard London Marathon

Despite a niggling ankle injury Luke has run nearly 300  miles in training.  He has smashed his fundraising target of £1,750 which currently stands at £2,730.   If you would like to find out more about why Luke is doing this and support this amazing cause you can do so at  https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/lukebeardlondonmarathon2019

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