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Hawaii spirit comes to the UK following charity fundraiser

Hawaii spirit comes to the UK following charity fundraiser

Hilton in the Community Foundation, the charitable arm of the hotel chain, and Regus, the leading global provider of innovative workspace solutions, have joined forces in an attempt to raise money for DebRA, Macmillan Cancer Support and The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Raffle tickets have been sold in Regus offices and selected Hilton hotels around the country and Regus staff have also contributed to the total raised with a series of summer charity events including barbeques, coffee mornings and car washes.

The promise of a saying Aloha to Hawaii on a luxury holiday has helped to raise over ?20,000. Regus centres all over the UK held charity days; took part in sponsored events and sold raffle tickets to contribute towards the national figure.

The draw announcing the winner of the holiday to Hawaii – with United Airlines flights and a five night stay at the Hilton Hawaiian Village– took place on Wednesday September 8th at Regus's UK HQ in Chertsey.

Aside from the star prize there are also stays in Provence and Washington up for grabs, as well as a host of other prizes for eight lucky winners.

Celia Donne, Regional Director for Regus said:

“For the last two years Regus have partnered with Hilton in the Community Foundation to support the tremendous work these charities do; from large sponsored events, to individual local initiatives across our 140 UK business centres. Everyone who participated really entered the spirit and we’re delighted to have done something so positive for some very worthwhile causes.”

Simon Sheehan, Director Hilton in the Community Foundation said:

“It has been a pleasure working with Regus to fundraise for these important charities. The raffle’s success really showcases the benefit of organisations working in partnership to support charitable causes. The Hilton Foundation is committed to helping young people in need of support and I’ve no doubt that this money will make a real difference to many children and their families around the country. ”

Helen Rogers, Macmillan Fundraising Manager said:

“Macmillan Cancer Support would like to say a big thank you to all the Regus staff and Hilton in the Community Foundation for their support. Every day 882 people hear the words ‘you have cancer’. Two million of us are living with it today. The money raised at the raffle will make a huge difference to Macmillan and will help us to reach even more people affected by cancer; for example ?5,000 could pay for 14 people to receive a Macmillan financial grant which will help with the every day costs of living with cancer such as fuel bills or a comfortable mattress, ?1,000 could enable 94 people to find someone to talk to and have their questions about cancer answered by a trained listener through the Macmillan Support Line (0808 808 00 00). Thank you so much to all the Regus staff and everyone who so generously contributed to help raise such a fantastic amount”.

Macmillan exists to help improve the lives of people living with cancer and their families and carers. They provide a source of support and aim to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer.

Andrew Colville, Senior Events Manager, DebRA said:

“DebRA is enormously grateful to Regus and its employees for supporting us 5 years in a row; a significant sum has been raised for the charity through fundraising. This money has significantly aided DebRA’s work helping people affected by EB-the rare genetic condition which causes the skin to blister at the slightest friction.”

Debra is a charity working throughout the UK and Ireland to help and support children with EB and their families. Children suffering from EB have to confront severe challenges every day. The distressing disease is a disabling genetic skin condition, which causes the skin to blister and breaks at the slightest touch. Children often need to cover 70% of their bodies with bandages to protect open wounds and in some cases are not even able to experience the comfort of a hug for fear of new wounds.

Amanda Chatterton from The Duke of Edinburgh's Award's partnership's team said

"Many thousands of young people in the UK today are failing to achieve their potential and 750,000 young people are now unemployed and not receiving any form of education or training. Those who do find jobs are often under-skilled when they enter the workforce and this can have a lifelong impact on their future. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is more important than ever as it inspires young people to face these challenges and to experience adventure on the way. The money Regus has raised will really help the charity to give more young people the chance to do the DofE. It costs us an average of ?33 for every young person starting a DofE programme and much of our funding is spent on training and supporting our 50,000 leaders and volunteers who work with young people in the community. We are very grateful to Regus staff for all their hard work fundraising."

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Contenental Airlines left us in UK, so we had to spend the night at a hotel in London. British Airways paid for food and recomandetion. Contenental did not care!

Contenental left us in Housten USA also. They sold the ticket to some one else. We to stay in Housten one night also. Contenental did not care, again!

Contenental stole my Xmas!

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