Channel recruitment firm Genesis Associates is looking to raise £15,000 for babycare charity Bliss this year by doing a series of major fundraising initiatives.
The employees decided to support the charity after the owner of Genesis Associates lost a premature baby last year.
Some of the fundraising activities include the Great Manchester Run, the Three Peaks Challenge, a summer ball and auction, an eBay auction and a York to Manchester bike ride.
One of the firm's associate directors, Craig Austin, is even doing a sky dive dressed as a chicken.
Austin said: “This is a charity that is very close to our hearts and we will soon be appealing to all our clients in the channel to support us in what is sure to be a significant challenge.”
To donate to Genesis Associates visit their Just Giving page here.
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