Easter Egg Appeal 2018
Updated: Jan 9, 2019
61 Aldwych organised a very exciting Easter Egg collection on behalf of Action for Kids and Rhythms of Life. The collection was held in the Main Reception from Monday 5th to Wednesday 28th March 2018. Tenants in the building were invited to support this charity initiative by purchasing delicious chocolate eggs to donate to children with disabilities as well as to the local homeless community.
The 61 Aldwych Team are proud to have collected a total of 114 Easter Eggs/treats for these two wonderful charities!
Rhythms of Life are a charity which operate in Central London. Their goal is to provide healthy and nutritious meals, aswell as toiletries, clothing and sleeping bags to London’s homeless. The The team at 61 Aldwych are proud to support Rhythms of Life by collecting food and clothes for them at our North Reception as well as donating 10% of all profits from events organised in the building during the year.
“We received some excellent feedback from service-users and it certainly put a smile on lots of their faces.” – Hannah, Rhythms of Life Volunteer
For 25 years, Action For Kids have provided mobility equipment for disabled children around the UK, as well as supporting young adults with learning disabilities to live their lives like others their age. Their mission is to enable as many young people with disabilities as possible the opportunity to work or volunteer in the community.
“A huge thank you for the fantastic Easter Egg collection. We took and posted lots out to the mobility beneficiary children and their siblings.” – Lyn Prodger, Corporate Partnerships Manager for Action for Kids
In addition to the Easter Egg Collection, 61 Aldwych also celebrated by giving away delicious treats at our receptions which displayed our beautiful themed flower arrangements. We also worked in partnership with Work Perk and secured a Cadbury Crème Eggs campaign which were then delivered to occupiers’ floors.
A special thank you goes to:
Lyn Prodger (Action for Kids)
Everyone at Rhythms of Life
Paul Burnage (Grasshopper Displays)