We’re delighted to announce that the money raised on the day, alongside online donations from further afield, totalled £333.00
£5 pays for a support network volunteer training manual. £25 pays for a helpline call. £50 pays for the training of a helpline volunteer. So the money raised will be put to great use.
Announcing the Winners
Louise from Roseworth Accountancy correctly guessed that there were 75 yellow pebbles in the jar. Hayley from Taylor Law was the lucky raffle winner.
Endometriosis is a chronic condition that affects around 1 in 10 women. Approximately the same number as those with diabetes, yet few people are aware of it. It takes on average 8 years to be diagnosed. Listed by the NHS as one of the top 20 most painful conditions in the UK. And still there is no cure.
If you’d like to find out more about endometriosis, please visit Endometriosis UK.
About Wireless Economics
Wireless Economics create and update people friendly digital workplaces. Making simple changes, such as flexible working, can make life easier for everyone, but especially for those with endometriosis.
If you’re interested in supporting your people contact us for a confidential chat. Email or call 01642 939181.
Thanks to everyone who supported the event. Terry Dicken Business Park, Direct Business Supplies, Catch Designs, Taylor Law, TK’s Cafe, Roseworth Accountancy, Big D’s BBQ, North Yorkshire Physiotherapy, Stokesley Hand Car Wash
And many more!