Picnic in the Park

Cancer / Workplace Health

 

The S.A.R.S Team took part in a Picnic in the Park in Stormont Estate on 14th August raising much needed funds for The Children’s Cancer Unit, their Just Giving Page remains open for donations click here if you would like to contribute.

 

Staff got creative with their below invite to colleagues:

 

We want to raise awareness, for a charity close to heart
the children’s cancer unit, so why not take part
our work colleague in Omagh, her little one took sick
at three years old – she gave cancer a good kick
it was a hard battle, but the bell has been rung
now at four of years of age, her battle has been won
we have arranged something special, for all of you attend

So why not sign up, and maybe bring a family member or
friend?
It’s a picnic in the park, sat 14th august is the date
mark it on your calendar, for it’s not too long to wait
the venue will be Stormont, and a bbq on-site
it will be a day to remember, the fun may go on all night!!

 

 

Well done to everyone involved and for actively supporting your work colleague and their family.

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