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Mark Ferguson, managing director, The Castle Colour Press Ltd, and Sophie Mayes, corporate fundraiser (Norfolk), EACH
Members of BPIF Cartons recently offered their help to raise money for the children's charity, EACH (East Anglian Children's Hospices).
Representatives from many of the UK's leading carton producers and their suppliers made donations during the trade association's annual January event, the President's Lunch.
Jon Clark, general manager, BPIF Cartons said, 'It's great to see so many industry representatives attend this annual event and especially be so generous and raise money for this worthwhile cause. We look forward to continue working with EACH.'
'The event brings together many people from our industry who are always happy to support such a worthy cause,' commented Mark Ferguson, managing director, The Castle Colour Press, who presented the cheque to Sophie Mayes, corporate fundraiser (Norfolk), 'For the second year in succession, we have raised over £1000 for this incredible charity that delivers support to families and care to children with life-threatening conditions. The charity, which works with families in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk, will use the donation to provide crucial bereavement support.'