Purity Fundraising joined forces with the Soul Deli Cafe at Mocatta House, Trafalgar Place, Brighton to raise funds for Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
“It was such a lovely morning here on Friday! Brought together by the unifying power of cake, many businesses donated home baked treats and some even took the time to share very personal experiences of why they were supporting.” said Heather Lewis-Fallows, Campaign Coach at Purity Fundraising.
Set to be the first of many fundraising events hosted here at Mocatta House, Purity Fundraising wish to extend warm thanks to all who were involved in the offices at Trafalgar Place.
They are an exciting new collaboration of experienced fundraisers and business professionals passionate about providing quality fundraising services to NGOs. Their mission is to be the “Highest Quality Fundraising Organisation in the UK”.
CEO Helen MacKenzie is dedicated to supporting local causes as well as national charities and she really understands the importance of empowering everyone in the Brighton community and across the South East to support the causes they believe in.
Everyone at Mocatta House were only too pleased to muck in and help make the Coffee Morning a success.
“We think that events like Macmillan’s Biggest Coffee Morning are such a great opportunity to bring people together and make a difference in our wider community.”