An update on our summer charity initiative raising money for, and awareness of, the Key to Freedom project and the Women's Interlink Foundation.
An update on our summer charity initiative raising money for, and awareness of, the Key to Freedom project and the Women’s Interlink Foundation.
The five Re:locate
Key to Freedom scarves have all started their journeys across the UK, and one is on its way across the Channel.
Immigration specialist Smith Stone Walters
, in Bromley, Kent, was the first company to host a scarf. Staff there were very enthusiastic about the initiative, and they loved the scarves so much that many bought their own. One lady purchased four via Topshop’s Key to Freedom collection, as Christmas presents. The scarf was then passed onto R3Location
, relocation service providers in London.
At The Apartment Service
, everyone got involved, and the office produced a very creative array of photos of members of staff posing with the scarf. See our Facebook page
for their full album of photos.
The first stop for one of the scarves was removals company John Mason International
, in Liverpool. As with The Apartment Service, the whole office got involved, setting up a competition for the most imaginative photograph featuring the scarf. The winner was Jade Clamp, who won her own Key to Freedom scarf bought by the John Mason fundraising team.
The local Kent scarf started its journey with an animal theme, and is now continuing its journey through the local community in Lamberhurst, Kent.
Imminent destinations for the onward journeys of the scarves include serviced accommodation companies Ascott
, whose staff are taking one to Paris, and SACO Apartments
, in Bristol.
Check out our Facebook page
for updates on the scarves’ journeys.
If you would like to get involved, please contact email@example.com