Putting our region's cancer needs first

Hope Capital Get Competitive

Hope Capital, a Liverpool based specialist provider of bridging loans, has taken on a companywide money multiplying challenge to raise funds for local cancer research and education.

Hope Capital holding check

The team were split into five groups and each given £50 to compete against one another and raise the most money possible using creative money-making missions.

Team ‘From Hope to Cures’ hosted a series of exciting events, including a bake sale and raffle with amazing prizes, as well as a side-splitting comedy night.

Team ‘J.E.R.K.S’ organised a fantastic virtual raffle with the support of local businesses and personalities, including a signed t-shirt from UFC fighter Paddy the Baddy, a signed football shirt from the Everton FC team, plus experiences at The Alchemist, Ghetto Golf and The Brunch Club.

Great minds think alike and team ‘Charlie’s Angels’ also set up a virtual raffle with great prizes including a VIP ticket for Liverpool FC executive lounge, a round of golf for three at Hillside Golf Club, and a personalised butler experience from Hope Capital BDM, Charlie Gregory.

Team ‘Try Nations’ kept everyone in the Hope Capital offices sweet with a tuck shop before raffling off over £100 worth of sweet treats and goodies to round up their fundraising.

Team ‘Dream Team’ hosted two lively events for the whole office to get involved in, including beat the keeper and spot the ball games.

Together the Hope Capital team has raised an amazing £6,243 with the winning group being Team Charlie’s Angels.

Joanathan Sealey, CEO at Hope Capital said: “It was an absolute privilege to support North West Cancer Research and take part in the £50 Challenge. From raffles with very impressive prizes, to a comedy night, bake sale, tuck shop, beat the goalkeeper and so much more, our team went above and beyond to support this charity which is very close to our hearts.

“At the end of the campaign, we raised over £6,000 and hope this will make a big difference in supporting the charity’s work in the North West region.”

Alastair Richards, CEO of North West Cancer Research said: “We would like to say a huge thank you to Hope Capital for raising such a stellar amount for our vital work. It has been brilliant to see the creativity of the teams as they competed to raise the most funds. Every penny raised will help us to continue to put our region’s cancer needs first.”