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kbb Birmingham and BMA raise cash for WaterAid

kbb Birmingham and the Bathroom Manufactures Association have joined forces to raise money for charity.

kbb Birmingham and BMA raise cash for WaterAid

A total of £1,932 has been raised for WaterAid on behalf of the Bathroom Industry Golf Challenge and raffle that took place on October 7 2013, during its annual conference near Chester at Carden Park.

This year has seen record donations with over 60% more money raised than 2012. Over the course of the last three years the bathroom industry has raised £5,291 for WaterAid, an international charity transforming lives and improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation.

Andrew Vaughan, event director of kbb Birmingham and Yvonne Orgill, chief executive of the BMA presented Susie Kennedy, account manager at WaterAid with a cheque to mark the generous sum raised for the worthy cause.

“We are delighted at the continued support and it’s fantastic that the efforts of kbb Birmingham and BMA has culminated in £5,291 over the last three years,” said Susie Kennedy. “As little as £15 can enable one person to access a lasting supply of safe water, you can imagine what a difference this donation has made.”

To find out more about how to exhibit or to register your interest in visiting kbb Birmingham 2014, visit www.kbb.co.uk

About Fiona Russell-Horne

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

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