The first in our series of charity events kicked off yesterday with a fun-filled coffee morning in aid of The Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA), a charity that means a great deal to our Business Manager, Rebecca Adams.
The coffee morning was filled with games, a raffle and lots and lots of cake! The team really went to town showcasing their baking skills, we had homemade carrot cake, cookies, brownies, flapjack, and even fudge! Those less skilled in the baking department had a last minute rush to the supermarket, naming no names!
The MNDA’s bake it quiz was great fun and taught us lots of fun baking facts, the Egyptians baked the first know cakes and the first mention of a ‘cupcake’ was recorded in the 18th Century – who knew!
Our raffle went down a storm thanks to our star prize – two Sheffield United tickets – kindly donated by the club, to support our MNDA coffee morning.
Our bake sale, quiz, and raffle made for a great event and we’re pleased to say the totaliser for the coffee morning hit £157.91.
A big thank you to all the GP Surveyors team and our neighbors Europa Worldwide Group, for your contributions to our MNDA Charity Coffee morning and a special thanks goes out to our very own Kaya Brayshaw for organising the whole event.[/vc_column_text]
Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive and ultimately fatal disease that results in degeneration of the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal cord, to find out more about MND and how you or your organisation can get involved, visit www.mndassociation.org.