Friday, June 9 2017
Staff at CT Skills have been wearing red items of clothing today in support of a national campaign to raise money for medical research.
The ‘Wear It Beat It’ campaign, run by British Heart Foundation (BHF), encourages people across the country to wear the colour red in exchange for donations.
All money raised will be donated to BHF and be put towards life-saving research.
Everyone at CT Skills who wore red donated one pound to the charity.
They said: “Heart disease touches us all. The huge impact it has on those living with heart disease is often felt by their families and friends just as much.”
CT Skills are proud to raise money for good causes throughout the year.
To learn more about the #WearItBeatIt campaign, click here.
By Jarrad Johnson, PR & Communications Executive