Julia's House £50 Challenge            March - June 2020

Take £50 and make it grow - be part of the business challenge that's changing lives 

By taking on our £50 Challenge, you'll be making a life-changing difference to local families like Dan's, enabling them to access the care and support that helps them cope, knowing they are not alone.

When your child has a life-threatening condition there is no peace of mind, no break from the sickening worry.

Elisa's dad Dan, knows what it is like to feel overwhelmed and anxious

How it works

We'll give you £50, your job is to use it to make as much money as possible. The Challenge runs from March to June and we'll be taking sign ups throughout this period Every pound you raise makes a difference because we are community-funded - the support of businesses like yours is how we make care happen.

It's a great team-building opportunity and a chance to get really creative whilst networking with other local businesses. Most importantly you'll be making a real difference to the lives of children and families in your community

We'll support you every step of the way! 

You'll be featured on our website and receive a certificate once the challenge has ended.

So rally the troups and take the challenge. Companies get to meet, compete and celebrate at our awards night. There are prizes for the most successful teams and ingenious ideas, but the biggest winners will be our families.

2019 Challenge Teams were...

Just Move InVinyl SolutionsLV=Pork FarmsNational ExpressAir BearingsSlumbersacBournemouth WaterNationwideBeales GourmetWWPC Sales and LettingsBliss AviationSchool Business Services3 Sided CubeBarclays AdvocacyHumanLloydsIMSM Ltd, Wessex FleetHaine and Smith and Nuffield Health.

Contact us to get involved 

For more information, to talk to one of our Corporate Team about how your business can take part, or even sponsor the £50 Challenge, please email corporate@juliashouse.org or call us on 01202 644220.  

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