Deck the Halls with Comms-care Baubles.

Comms-care, the channel IT support partner, has raised £200 for St Luke’s Hospice through their annual Christmas Bauble competition.

Comms-care, who recently completed an expansion of their HQ into new offices at Cheshire Business Park in Northwich, placed Christmas cheer and some friendly competition amongst their staff with this year’s Christmas Bauble Competition.

For the second year running, competition was strong. The standard set by last year’s entries was so high that the Comms-care staff wanted to make their mark and see who could create the best bauble.

Submitted entries included a Jolly Santa, Creative Rudolph and a Present filled, glittery bauble. The chosen top 3, judged by the Senior Management Team were a Festive Snow Scene, a Christmas Penguin and a Glamorous Jewellery filled bauble, complete with Comms-care branding.

Richard Eglon, Marketing Manager at Comms-care commented “This is one of many charity events we run over the course of the year in aid of our chosen charities St Luke’s Hospice and The Railway Children. It amazes me how creative and inventive our staff are with their bauble entries and this competition really brings out the competitive streak in all those who enter. We had entries from all parts of the business including Sales, Service Delivery, Engineering and Marketing with many of our new employees entering into the Christmas spirit for the first time.”

The company made a donation to the charity for every bauble entered into the competition by their staff.

Diane Eeley, Head of Community Development at St Luke’s Hospice, commented on the donation “Thank you to everyone for taking part in the Christmas Bauble Competition which raised a fantastic £200 for the charity, we rely almost entirely on the support of our local community for our funding, which allows us to care for local people suffering life threatening illnesses and support for their families at a time when they need us most.”

St Luke’s is a non-profit making organisation that cares for adults from Mid and South Cheshire suffering from cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

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