Audeliss, a recruitment company, donated 5% of their first year’s profits between CLIC Sargent and Terrence Higgins Trust, and celebrated with a ‘First Year of Business Party’ at London’s exclusive Centre Point on Oxford Street.
All the famous landmarks could be seen from the top, with Lord Browne and the London Gay Men’s Chorus also attending to make it a really spectacular evening. Take a look at their gallery from the evening.
Suki the founder of Audeliss explained; "It was an opportunity to say a big thank you to our network for supporting us over the past 12 months. As we all know, the economic climate hasn’t been the kindest. Even that day, it was announced the UK had slipped back into a recession but we’ve survived, and more than that, we’ve survived and made a profit."
We received a total of £3,000 from Audeliss’ first year of business and their founder, Suki, hopes that this will be smashed next year.
For a chance to raise money for children and young people with cancer please contact Nicola Hill, Community Fundraising Manager on Nicola.Hill@clicsargent.org.uk or 020 8752 2867.