Ipes has chosen the brain injury charity Headway as its partner charity for 2015.
Headway works throughout the UK and Channel Islands to help improve life after brain injury. The charity receives no government funding and relies solely on donations.
Chris Merry, Ipes’ Chief Executive says “We are keen to support Headway as we have seen first hand the benefits of the service they provide and are keen to help them continue their work. We look forward to working with Headway during 2015.”
Headway works in a number of ways to improve lives after brain injury including hosting regular social events for survivors, information evenings and a family support programme.
Philippa Stahelin Executive Director of Headway says, “This is wonderful news. We are looking forward to working together to promote the work of Headway. Ipes are keen to help with fundraising and to know more about our services and how we support people living with the devastating effects of brain injury.”
“Working with Ipes as their charity of the year means we can raise awareness of the issues facing people with a brain injury and help raise vital funds for our work. I am looking forward to this exciting partnership!” Philippa concludes.
In December last year Ipes made a donation to Headway in lieu of printed Christmas cards. Ipes will continue supporting Headway during 2015 with a number of dedicated charity days across the offices and through employees organising their own fundraising initiatives.