Cirencester Firm raises £17,595.98 for Brain Tumour Charity

Published: 20/01/2023

In 2022 Moore Allen & Innocent chose Brain Tumour Support as our Charity of the Year following the loss of their friend and long-term colleague, Chris Graham who sadly lost his battle with the disease in October 2021. 

The team planned many fundraising activities throughout the year including their annual “Big Brekkie”, cake stands at each of their machinery sales, and a Christmas biscuit decorating competition.  Our main event this year was the Cotswold 3 Peaks Challenge in May.  This involved a 23 mile hike around Cheltenham which included climbing Cleeve Hill, Leckhampton Hill and Crickley Hill all in one day.

Our autumn event was ten-pin bowling where staff competed against each other to take home the prize for top scorer.

The team are delighted to have raised such a significant amount for a charity that lies close to their hearts.
Partner Roy Bowyer commented that this had been a tremendous team effort from each and every member of Moore Allen & Innocent to deliver such a substantial sum, especially during challenging economic times.  We have been delighted to support this cause, special to all of us.

Brain Tumour Support spokesperson, Louise Gallard said “We are so grateful for the incredible effort the whole team at Moore, Allen & Innocent have made in 2022 in raising funds and awareness for Brain Tumour Support.  The staggering total of £17,595.98 has made such an impact on the people we support throughout the year.  This amount equates to 352 hours of counselling for those who may be struggling with a diagnosis or with bereavement.  The impact of this donation is huge, and the whole team at Brain Tumour Support is so grateful to you all –thank you”.