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Engineers charity challenge raises £40K

Following a year-long charity drive, construction staffing specialist Hill McGlynn has raised £40,000 to be split between several charities.
Cancer Research, The Alzheimer's Society, The Multiple Sclerosis Society and Sudden Adult Death Syndrome are all to benefit and donations will also be made to a number of hospices local to the recruitment company's regional offices.'When the Charity Challenge was launched last year I had every confidence that our team of committed consultants and back-office staff could build the necessary momentum required to meet our £30,000 target,' commented executive chairman Stephen Hill. 'But, it was our clients - both big and small - across the construction industry whose support has been invaluable and ultimately enabled us to surpass our goal by more than 25%.'338 Hill McGlynn staff took part in the challenge and carried out activities from a Kilimanjaro climb and skydiving to a bad dress day and a cake sale.In addition to. 'I'm extremely proud to say that overriding characteristic which defines our own workforce is an ingrained commitment to going over and above the necessary to deliver the goods - regardless of whether it's knowledge, people or in this case support for some of the UK's most deserving charities,' Hill said.

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