Bromic Group proudly celebrated 40 years in business with a charity drive supporting three amazing charities chosen by staff.
November to Remember 2018 was kick started by a $30,000 donation from the Bromic Group and supported by staff, suppliers, customers, family and friends we have collectively raised over $46,500!
We would like to thank all donors for supporting the charities. An extra thank you to all the staff for getting involved in the events across the month with dress up days and Gavin’s walk to work. Please take a look at some of the events below.
Kids Cancer Project
The Kids’ Cancer Project needs funds, so scientists can continue their research. Kids and families affected will know they are not alone in desperately searching for solutions.
Rural Aid provides support programs for rural Australia ranging from provision animal feed, cash handouts to mental health assistance to name a few.
beyondblue works to reduce the impact of anxiety, depression and suicide by supporting people to protect their mental health and to recover when they are unwell.
Dare the directors shave
At the start of the event Bromic Group directors Scott Smith and Michael Glezerson volunteered to lose some hair for the cause! Scott to wax his legs and Michael to shave his head. It certainly helped raise the incentive for the staff to get behind the cause. December 5th was “H” day and they both bravely delivered on their promise.
Walk to Work – 30th November 2018
Closing out the month of November to Remember was sales executive Gavin Kotkin’s personal challenge of walking to work – 40km for forty years.
The Bromic team got behind his initiative, with volunteer walkers joining him for the 43km journey from The Kids’ Cancer Project office in Randwick to Bromic’s HQ in Ingleburn.
Starting out at about 3am, and arriving at work just after 1pm.
Gavin raised over $4200, being shared evenly between the charities!
Thank you to all those who generously donated in support of the charities and Gavin’s trek.
Across the month Bromic staff also had a special day for each charity:
To raise awareness for beyondblue we had everyone dress up in blue and donate a gold coin or two. We also had a guessing competition on who is Mr Blue Man .
As part of our 40 year charity event, our staff had ‘dress up as a farmer Friday’ to raise awareness and funds for Rural Aid Ltd. Our directors went the extra mile dressing as cows
Kids party day at Bromic! We dressed up, had face painting and brought party food to raise awareness and funds for ‘The Kids’ Cancer Project’.
Thank you for your support during our 40 years in business and for helping make “November to Remember” a great success for these wonderful charities.
- On 04/01/2019