Companies get behind Cardiomyopathy UK

29th April 2016

This year is set to be busy for Cardiomyopathy UK as a number of companies have pledged their support for the charity.

First to join was Mayer Brown, an international law firm based in London. They have chosen Cardiomyopathy UK as its charity partner for 2016 and 2017 and will be taking on a range of fun and challenging fundraising activities as well as providing important legal support.

Mayer Brown's interest in Cardiomyopathy UK comes from HR manager Sara Day, whose three-year- old daughter Rosie was diagnosed with restrictive cardiomyopathy last year. Sara contacted us shortly afterwards and we were able to support her with information and advice about cardiomyopathy.

Also, joining are TD Securities, whose employees chose Cardiomyopathy UK to be one of the beneficiaries of the bank's annual charity auction this year. Last year their charity auction raised over £100,000 and this year, the team at the bank are looking to beat this record. 

Cardiomyopathy UK has been nominated by TD Securities employees to be one of the beneficiaries of the bank’s annual charity auction this year. Last year’s charity auction raised over £100,000 and the team at the bank are looking to beat this record.

We'll also be supported by a team from the basepoint business centre in Dartford, Kent. Who'll be doing all they can to support Cardiomyopathy UK in 2016. Staff will taking on all manner of fundraising activity and any funds that that raise will be matched by the ACT Foundation, the charitable trust that own this unique chain of business centres.