SAVVY business folk are being urged to use their money-making skills to help Myton Hospice.
Teams are being challenged to get creative and test their entrepreneurial skills by turning £50 into as much money as possible in just 50 days – known as the Take 50 challenge.
Digital advertising firm Denfield and financial advisors IRESS were among the first to sign up.
Myton’s Corporate Fund-raising Manager Hannah Morris said: “Our Take 50 challenge is extremely popular and has raised over £120,000 for us since it launched in 2011. We are calling on businesses from across the area to put their skills to the test and show us what they can do.”
Take 50 gets underway on March 31 and ends with an awards evening on May 21, where the likes of most money raised, best newcomers, most improved team and most creative will be honoured.
To find out more about the challenge visit www.mytonhospice.org or call Hannah on 01926 838898.
* Kind hearted colleagues from Tulip Ltd, based at Warwick Technology Park, raised £990 for Myton Hospice.
Fund-raisers included raffles, barbecue days, and being the makers of Danepak bacon, a bacon sandwich day.