A&H Annual Christmas Outfit Day
A&H held their annual “Christmas Outfit Day” on 20/12/2023 and raised a Total of £350 for the Stroke Association, a charity which is very close to their hearts
A&H are one of the Sponsors of the St. Modwen annual Charity Run which raised over £50,000 this year for LandAid
More than 300 property professionals took part in either a 5km or 10km race through one of the toughest routes in the Midlands.
Runners completing the 10km course faced a notoriously challenging but scenic route featuring a total incline of more than 120m through Longbridge’s Cofton Park.
Individuals of all abilities took part in the event, whether they chose to run, walk or support from the crowd, with their generous donations and fundraising efforts helping St. Modwen to eclipse its ambitious fundraising target and support LandAid’s fight against youth homelessness.
A&H Construction are one of the Sponsors of Prologis 100 2023
Celebrating its 14th year in the saddle, Prologis UK, a leading logistics property owner, developer and investor, has raised over £35,000 for charity through its annual cycle challenge. This year’s event, which took place on 14 September, took participants either 100 miles or 100 kilometres around the Northamptonshire countryside.
With over £400,000 raised since the event’s inaugural running, this year’s Prologis 100 saw over 130 people from Prologis UK, partners and friends of the brand take part to support three UK charities: Breast Friends Solihull, Battens Disease Family Association & LandAid.
Paul Weston, Regional Head of Prologis UK, said: “Every year we hold the Prologis 100 and every year we are able to support a number of great charities doing really important work. This year was no different and as always, I feel incredibly privileged to be part of an organisation that puts such an emphasis on charitable work and giving back.
Donations to Prologis 100 can be made here: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/prologis-100
A&H have pleasure in sponsoring and support the Chancerygate Team for the London Marathon as a fundraiser for Dogs for Good which is an amazing Charity.
James Tinkler, Phillippa Twohig-Howell and Stuart McGill of ChanceryGate are all running the London Marathon on 23rd April 2023. Training is not only well under way but now entering the ‘tapering’ period, good news for tired legs!
How do charitable donations help support Dogs for Good?
Every year Dogs for Good receives over 5000 inquiries from people who are looking for support through specially trained dogs. It takes nearly two years to train each of the charity's assistance and community dogs, and currently Dogs for Good cannot help all the children and adults that could benefit from their services, so every pound we raise through the Marathon will help them train more dogs and support more people.