|The Bapprentice Needs You!|
Auction needs donations to raise funds for homeless charity Depaul
British Airways is asking its staff to use their sales and marketing skills to help nominated charities through BApprentice - a special scheme created to raise money and increase the profile of worthy causes.
Two teams have been asked to go head to head in a charity auction and raffle on 1 December 2009. The team who raises the most money wins and the charities receive much needed support.
One of the teams has been tasked with sourcing their prizes in Chiswick.
The proceeds from this auction will all go towards Depaul the charity for young homeless people and the invaluable work they do day in and day out to assist those who need it most.
How you can help
Any auction is only as good as the lots on offer, so the team is asking locals to dig deep in providing the best, most original and valuable donations possible. Every penny raised will go to charity.
The team will be out and about in Chiswick between 23 and 27 November to collect the donations.
For further information please email Marcus Blunt at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07789 611919.
Depaul is the largest national charity of its kind, helping 4,000 young homeless people every year. Since its inception in 1989, Depaul have worked directly with more than 45,000 15-25 year olds across the UK.
They are committed to: Protecting homeless young people by finding them a place to call home.
Preventing homelessness though family mediation and supporting young offenders.
Providing the chance for young people to fulfill their potential through education, volunteering and training
November 16, 2009