The Sussex Snowdrop Trust was chosen as the Rolls-Royce House charity for 2022. Employees embraced the challenege to raise vital funds for the Trust. Employees which included Interns and Apprentices worked hard to devised innovative ways to raise money such as Bake Off competitions, in-house football matches and the selling of unique merchandise internally with offcuts of leather from the cars. Di Levantine, Chairman and Co Founder of the Trust was overwhelmed when Andrew Ball, Communication’s director of Rolls- Royce revealed the final amount was over £25K!
Di commented, ” This is the single largest contribution from a Corporation the Trust has received since it was founded 30 years ago. The Rolls-Royce employees have gone above and beyond to raise this staggering amount and we are so grateful. We have Snowdrop parents who work at Rolls-Royce Head Office in Goodwood and we were delighted that we were put forward to be the House Charity.
To be associated with such a prestitage, luxury brand is a really special. We recognise our Care at Home Team deliver professional support when local families need it most as they navigate the challenges of caring for their child who has a life threatening or terminal illness. This money will go towards this service as well as providing a summer day out for Snowdrop families which is greatly valued.”