Members of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants Mess in Devils Tower Camp have raised over £1800, through a number of charity events, in aid of Childline Gibraltar. The charity recently raised further awareness and funds through their annual Blue Week, which endeavours to spread the message of what the charity does.
In support of Childline Gibraltar’s Blue Day a host of Schools around Gibraltar will be raising funds and awareness of the charity’s important work.
Sacred Heart, St Joseph’s and the Hebrew Primary School together with St Paul’s, St. Bernard’s, St Mary’s, Bishop Fitzgerald’s, Bayside, St Anne’s and Governor’s Meadow will all be taking part, along with local businesses including 888 Holdings.
Childline’s annual week of raising awareness and funds takes place from the 16-20 March 2015 and this year the charity is asking companies to become more involved with their work through corporate social responsibility (“CSR”) initiatives.
Local firm, Europa Trust Company Limited, has chosen BabySTEPPs as its local charity for 2015. The company recently made a contribution to the Gibraltar-based charity.The company says it chose the charity because of its support in the community through early parenthood and pregnancy.
A new Calpe House facility has been announced by the Government, with the amount of space available having quadrupled from the 8 en suite rooms available currently to 36.