Posted: 14/12/18 by Mercer & Hole Chartered Accountants
The team at Mercer & Hole’s Milton Keynes office have been getting into the spirit of Christmas with lots of goodwill gestures throughout December.
Earlier this month, the team generously donated to a collection of non-perishable food items for the MK Food Bank. They also brought in a range of festive dog treats in support of the charity Dogs for Good and were delighted when Yasmin Smythe and one of the charity’s puppy’s, Suki, paid a visit to the office to collect them.
On Wednesday 12 December, a team of volunteers from the firm served lunch to the elderly at the Milton Keynes Irish Centre in Bletchley. The firm make regular visits to support the work of the Milton Keynes Irish Welfare Support Group’s weekly social, which is held there and is reputed to be the largest lunch club in Milton Keynes.
Friday 14 December saw the team don their wackiest Christmas jumpers in return for donations to the Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day. This was a fun day for all involved and a prize was awarded for the best jumper.
Throughout the year, the team at Milton Keynes have held a number of fundraising events in support of local good causes and for Mercer & Hole’s charity of the year, the Alzheimer’s Society.