I am writing on behalf of the trustees of the Hawkesbury Living Cancer Trust in testimony to the voluntary contribution In2Motion has made to the trust and their local community. We were approached in May 2011 by Jason Pilgrim, managing director of In2Motion, wishing to organize a charity fundraiser for the cancer trust. We are attempting to raise funds for a $1.5 million, Hawkesbury based Chemotherapy and infusion centre and rely heavily on local persons and organizations to achieve this goal.
Jason proposed to our organization a Morning Tea for the local community which he, along with his team, worked tirelessly to develop into a wonderful community event. Donating countless house to the organisation and recruiting the financial support of local businesses and organizations, Jason and his team managed to raise excess of $13,000 from a single event., this even alone was invaluable. It raised the profile of the trust and our objective of a chemotherapy and infusion centre a proved to be a wonderful day with a charming community spirit,
As a representative of the Hawkesbury Living Cancer Trust, I cannot thank Jason and his team enough for their efforts; they initiated the desire to fundraise, organized support and executed the morning tea flawlessly. I only wish our community had more wonderful businesses like In2Motion.
Their community mindedness and enthusiasm should certainly be rewarded and recognised.
Hawkesbury Living Trustee