Here at Steve Sherriff we are committed to helping those in the local community and further afield. The donations we make and charity events we participate have become a fundamental element of the business, and that’s something we’re particularly proud of.
Steve Sherriff Raises £400 For The British Heart Foundation
On the 13th July, a member of the Steve Sherriff team swam from Bournemouth Pier to Boscombe Pier in aid of the British Heart Foundation. Amie Cull joined over 1000 other supporters to swim the 1.4 miles between the piers and raised in excess of £400.
Not only did she raise an incredible amount of money for a good cause, she also completed it in 51 minutes, shaving a full 5 minutes off her training time. Well done, Amie!
As the UK’s largest heart charity, the British Heart Foundation has been raising money to fund research into fighting heart disease for over 50 years. Heart disease is the biggest killer in the UK and the BHF has helped fund many of the medical breakthroughs that are now standard in medicine.
Join Steve Sherriff in helping to fight heart disease, register here to take part in next year’s pier-to-pier swim.
Breakthrough Breast Cancer
Breakthrough Breast Cancer works tirelessly to ensure the best possible care for women suffering from breast cancer. Founded by the Freedman family following the death of mother and actress and Toby Robins in 1986, the charity now runs fundraisers all year round, all over the country, campaigning for better services for sufferers and funding the Breakthrough Research Centre. Today, 25% of breast cancer research in the UK is funded by Breakthrough Breast Cancer and because of the continued efforts, survival rates are amongst the highest in the world.
Steve Sherriff donated £500 to the charity following a close relationship and partnership with a client unfortunately affected by cancer. The client and a friend are currently training ahead of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge; a 3,000 mile rowacross The Atlantic in aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer. With such a tremendous challenge ahead of them and for such a good cause, we were more than happy to offer our support.
To find out more please visit there website: http://breakthroughatlantic.com/
The Jenson Button Trust Triathlon
Last year, Steve Sherriff son Nathan Sherriff was lucky enough to fill one of the 500 places in the triathlon, raising money for Help For Heroes. Despite a puncture during the race, Nathan managed to carry his bike throughout the cycling section and finish the triathlon.