Share Network Members demonstrate joint CSR commitment in support of Yorkshire Children of Courage Awards 2016

Collaboration and commitment are words that sum up the dedication and attitude of the Share Members in respect of this truly unique event. It combines honouring and recognising courageous young people in Yorkshire with raising funds for St. James’s Place Foundation, contributing hugely towards helping registered charities in the Yorkshire region as well as the UK and overseas.

A star studded line up of personalities from the worlds of Entertainment, Business and Sport in Yorkshire turned out to lend their support to a fast moving, fun filled evening, compèred by BBC Breakfast presenter Steph McGovern.

Event Ambassadors, The Chuckle Brothers, once again produced their trademark blend of humour and warmth and attended along with Jack Carroll, himself a past YCCA Award Winner.
YCCA is the brainchild of Share Member, Stephen Mitchell of Mitchell Wealth Management, and as soon as he told the Group about his plans many of the members stepped forward to support his enthusiasm and help to make the Awards what they are today.

Collaboration from Members:

Lyndon Associates: Marketing, PR and Sponsor Relations

Share Network: Sponsor of the Young Fundraiser Award 0-12 years for the past three years

Ascensor: Sponsor of the Special Recognition Award for 0-12 years for the past three years. Also providing web design and development services at 50% of normal cost.

Share Members: Who attend and contribute to fund raising at the event.

Watch the highlights video here:

Yorkshire Children of Courage Awards 2016 – Highlights Film from Pixelwave Creative on Vimeo.


Would you like to get involved in 2017? Contact Rosemary Hepburn on 07710 990081.

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