FIRE walks, wearing yellow and limited-edition badges were just some of the ways businesses raised almost £18,000 during Primrose’s Corporate Challenge.
Businesses based around Worcestershire were given a £50 starter grant by the hospice and had 80 days to make as much money as possible for the hospice’s services.
Awards were handed out during the Primrose Ball where it was also revealed that Hogarths Stone Manor were the overall winners raising almost £5,000.
Sam Adkins, sales manager at Hogarths Stone Manor, said: “It was great to be involved in the Primrose Corporate Challenge 2019.
“It was even more exciting to be crowned Corporate Challenge champion!
“We are all looking forward to getting involved again in 2020.”
Amy Flemming, Corporate Fundraiser at Primrose Hospice, said: “We want to say a great big thank you to all the businesses that took part and supported Primrose during the Corporate Challenge.
“We were blown away by their enthusiasm and ingenuity when it came to raising money for their local hospice.”
Awards were also handed to Chris Hopkinson, director of Penguin Office Supplies for providing the competition’s Outstanding Moment by taking part in a wing walk and BoB Club Redditch for Team Spirit.