Generous Webhelp employees have raised an incredible £31,000 for Together for Short Lives, which was the company’s corporate charity partner for 2019.

Led by their Engagement Ambassadors, they took part in some inventive, inspiring and fun activities to raise vital funds for Together for Short Lives, which is the UK’s leading charity for the 49,000 children living with life-limiting conditions, and their families.

There are 54 hospice services in the UK that support seriously-ill children, providing specialist clinical care alongside practical and emotional support for all the family. Webhelp people in 13 offices across the UK, worked together to help fund this life-changing care and to create awareness of the invaluable work the charity does.

Karen Yates, Corporate Partnerships Manager at Together for Short Lives said:

“Working with Webhelp over the last year, as their charity partner, has been an absolute privilege. Their passion and dedication to help the families we’re here for has been clear for all to see.  From football matches to Kilt walks, bake sales to treks, they have raised an incredible amount to support local children’s hospices and the children and families they support. A big thank you from the whole team here at Together for Short Lives for all that you’ve done.”

 These funds will really make a difference, for example – £31,000 could help to fund 31 short breaks for the whole family at a children’s hospice, providing some much-needed rest and family time.

Webhelp CEO for the UK, SA and India, David Turner, commented:

“Our partnership with Together for Short Lives has been a special one for Webhelp. The charity stands alongside families, helping them to make the most of every moment they have together. Putting people first is a sentiment we truly believe in and we are proud to have supported the vital work the charity provides.”

To find out more about the wonderful work done by this vital charity please visit www.togetherforshortlives.org.uk

 Webhelp will be announcing their UK corporate charity partner for 2020 later this month.