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Altecnic helps businesses tee-off for charity

Altecnic Ltd have renewed their connection to Trentham Golf Club to help raise funds for one of Staffordshire’s most loved charities, Douglas Macmillian Hospice.

Altecnic helps businesses tee-off for charity

The heating and plumbing components supplier has agreed to become lead sponsor for Dougie Mac Golf Day for the eighth year running.

Over the last decade the event, with Altecnic, has raised over £220,000 for the charity that provides hospice care and support for people with life limiting illnesses and their families.

Altecnic managing director, Alan Sherwin, a keen golfer, said: “We are delighted to be able to continue our support for this fantastic event that brings together people from across Staffordshire’s business community, it is appropriate Altecnic lends its support to an event that’s become one of the highlights of the country’s sporting calendar and the company is proud to support the hospice in its vital work.”

The event takes place at Trentham Golf Club on Friday 20 May, and will see 36 teams of four from businesses and other organisations across the area. A limited number of spaces are available and teams can register til May 8. Businesses can also sponsor a hole for the day for just £100.

Suzi Smith, head of corporate fundraising and events said: “We’d like to thank Alan and everyone from Altecnic for their support of our Golf Day. As well as sponsoring the event, the company enters additional teams and often receives donations and prizes from their suppliers. The money raised throughout the day will help to fund the care and services we have become renowned for in our local community.”

For more information, contact the Dougie Mac events team on 017823443598 or events@dmhospice.org.uk

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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