Wick Hill raised £8,800 for charity during the Christmas fortnight through a range of staff activities.
Ian Kilpatrick, chairman of Wick Hill Group, said the distributor organised Christmas jumper days, games, raffles and cake sales, with the distributor contributing an equal amount to that collected by staff.
"I am really proud of the commitment and generosity of our staff. This has been a fantastic fundraising effort, all done while having a great time as well," he said.
"It all happened during the busiest two weeks of a record-breaking quarter for sales."
Kilpatrick said the amount was more than was collected for the same event in December 2012. "I'd also like to thank our suppliers for their generosity," he added.
Pictured are Adam King, channel sales manager at WatchGuard, and Rachael Dallas, product sales manager at Wick Hill, on one of the Christmas jumper days.
WatchGuard's King was visiting Wick Hill for work on the day, and joined in the fundraising activities along with other vendor suppliers.
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