Altruistic employees from Webhelp’s Glasgow Hope Street and Dunoon sites have raised a staggering £1,300 for UK charities Comic Relief and Children in Need.

Despite the national lockdown and the move to homeworking, the teams found a number of ways to bring people together and raise funds.

Webhelp employees took part in online quizzes, games and raffles; smashing their £1,000 target in just 12 hours.

Funds will be split between the two charities so that they can continue to provide vital emergency support during the COVID-19 crisis.

Webhelp’s Head of Operations, Michelle Gillespie, said:

“I am so proud of the team turning this around in a few days to make all of this happen, continuously displaying our values and being committed to our social responsibilities. There has been a real display of unity and striving to make every day fun.

“During these uncertain times our Webhelpers continue to act selflessly and think of ways to do more for others. This is what makes us Webhelp and it’s our people that make me most proud.”