We are proud to announce that Jenna Richards, a secretary based in our Canterbury office, has so far raised over £700 for local cancer charity Odyssey and donated 16 inches of her hair to the Little Princess Trust, a charity providing real hair wigs free of charge to children who have lost their hair through illness.
On Friday 5 May 2017, a joint team from the Gatwick and Horsham offices came together to compete in six 'It's a Knockout' events to help support 14 local charities, in the Gatwick Diamond Business Charity Challenge.
We are proud to announce that a group from Kreston Reeves completed the 2017 Brighton Marathon on Sunday 9 April in what were unseasonably hot conditions. The team has so far raised just under £5,000 for local charities.
On 1 November 2016, a team of three Kreston Reeves employees were given a crisp £50 note from the Friends of Wisdom Hospice and challenged to turn this into as much money as they could over a period of four months; no magic tricks allowed.
We have been recognised in the KM Charity Partnership Awards 2017 for supporting the KM Charity Team in delivering its charity fundraising and educational events and services aiming to make Kent a better place to live and work.
On 12 December Paul Roe, Partner at Kreston Reeves was at Manor Green College, Crawley to help celebrate the launch of a Business Buddies Press Campaign. The campaign is being donated by Kreston Reeves client, Tom Whiskin whose innovative business “Ad In your Face” offers mobile and flexible advertising hoarding space.
The Oxford English Dictionary’s word of the year for 2016 is ‘post-truth’, which it defines as relating to circumstances where objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion or personal belief.