Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has today announced its new House Charity for 2018, The Ickle Pickle Partnership. Colleagues at the Home of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood vote for their House Charity every year through a company-wide nomination process and the successful organisation is supported through a number of initiatives.
This year’s winning charity, The Ickle Pickle Partnership, turns gifts and donations from generous people into specialized equipment such as incubators and ventilators to help Neonatal Units provide the highest levels of intensive care for the smallest and most unwell babies.
The charity played particular importance for one colleague at the Home of Rolls-Royce. Mike Nunn, Aftersales Pricing Analyst, and his wife recently had twins born at 28 weeks and received support from the Neonatal Unit at the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.
Last year, employees raised over £25,000 for the 2017 House Charity, Coastal West Sussex Mind. This was achieved through a number of sponsored activities including abseiling down the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth and taking part in the Chichester Half Marathon. Other activities included creating hand-crafted leather Christmas decorations which were sold at the company’s annual Family Day, along with many other volunteering activities and public donations, financially matched by the company.
Source: Rolls Royce