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Date published: 4th February 2019
Over the course of 2018, staff working at North Norfolk District Council have raised over £3,600 for local charities. NNDC have held Dress Down days, where employees have been encouraged to make donations to a number of good causes in return for wearing their casual clothes to work. On the days the staff have taken part in fundraising for their chosen charities, additional money has been raised through raffles and bake sales.
The charities were nominated by members of staff or elected members, and those that have benefitted in 2018 were Little Angels Playgroup in Fakenham, Nelson’s Journey, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Team Rubicon – Disaster Recovery, Open Youth Trust, the Scouts, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Migraine Trust, Parkinson’s UK, Children in Need, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, Break, The Purfleet Trust and Christmas Jumper Day for Save the Children.
NNDC has been running these successful Dress Down days for several years and will continue to do so in 2019.
Last updated: 4th February 2019