Axiom Engineering Associates began the new year with completion of their charity poll across the Tees Valley region.
With a total donation of £1000 available, recipients of the Axiom December Newsletter were asked to vote for one of four charities chosen by Axiom staff, to receive a proportion of the amount donated.
With a closing date in early January and the votes counted, the following awards were made to Prostate Cancer UK £571, Zoë’s Place Baby Hospice £266, Daisy Chain £95 and Guide Dogs for the Blind Association £68.
An additional sum of £50 was also donated to Parkinson’s UK, the charity selected by this year’s winner, Michelle Dixon of the Axiom Winter Image competition held at Guisborough Photo Group.
Managing Director Adam Potter said:
“Our thanks go to everyone who participated in the voting.
The number of charities doing phenomenal work continues to grow and it is difficult to single any one charity out who are more deserving than others.
So, at Axiom we do try to support as many as we can as any contribution no matter how small, can make a difference to the lives of those affected.”
Find out more about Axiom’s work here.
By Axiom Engineering Associates