Sunday, June 26, 2022

Recruitment specialists celebrate 30 years with 30 acts of kindness

Recruitment specialists, Ambitions Personnel, is celebrating its 30th year of business with 30 acts of kindness.

Initially planned for 2020, Coronavirus restrictions put a stop to planned festivities. Now, two year’s later, Ambitions Personnel is ready to kick off the celebrations with the launch of #30forThirty.

#30forThirty is a varied calendar of 30 events scheduled throughout 2022, including fundraising for charity, staff volunteering their time, and making donations to various good causes, both locally and internationally.

Managing Director, Mandy Watson, said: “1990 feels like a lifetime ago, but it also feels like yesterday. It’s humbling to look back to those early years and see how far we’ve come as a business.

“For our 30th anniversary, we wanted to give back to some regional and national and international charitable organisations, such as Children with Cancer UK, the Royal British Legion, and more. #30forThirty is our way to celebrate a fantastic 30 (+2) years in Lincolnshire and the East, all while supporting the work of some wonderful charities.”

Director Claire Bishop said: “After matching thousands of candidates with fantastic opportunities, it’s hard to believe we’ve been here for 30 years! We were brainstorming how to celebrate our 30th anniversary all the way back in 2019, so #30forThirty has been a long time coming. We can’t wait to celebrate after two years of waiting!”

The first of the scheduled events is the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge to raise money for Children with Cancer UK. A number of staff from Ambitions Personnel will be taking part in the challenge on the 11th of June. You can support the team on their Just Giving page.

The final challenge will be the National Three Peaks, with the team aiming to scale Mount Snowdon in Wales, Scafell Pike in England and Ben Nevis in Scotland, all within 24 hours.

With so many challenges to do throughout the year, Ambitions Personnel will be announcing more of their charitable initiatives in the coming months.

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