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Apr 04 - Advantage Insurance Raises Money For Three Charities With Quiz Night

Having chosen three local charities to support with a themed quiz night last week, Advantage Insurance was delighted to present them with cheques for £700 each.

The three benefitting organisations were:

  • Gibraltar Dialysis Patients and Friends Association
  • Parent And Child Society
  • Gibraltar Dyslexia Support Group

Speaking on behalf of Advantage, COO Steve Mumford said: “We at Advantage are very keen on supporting the community and consider it one of our four pillars of how the company is run. Over the last year we have supported some larger charities with fund raising and staff involvement but through some recent engagement we have been made aware how many small charities there are in Gib that go under the radar and as a result find it difficult to raise money. We therefore decided to create an event that supported exactly those sorts of organisations who all do vital work in our local community.”

Photograph:

COO Steve Mumford with Joanna Hill (GDSG), Sunil Chandiramani (GDP&FA) and Chloe Weir (PACS)

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