ICAAL’s CEO, Chris Tahmasaby, has recently joined three other members of the ICAAL team at an exclusive charity golfing event. The group of four split into two teams, known as ‘Potti’s Putters’ and ‘Pickle’s Putters’, to take on 18 rounds of golf at Stoneham Golf Club. Both teams played to help raise funds for a new Children’s Emergency and Trauma Department at University Hospital Southampton and Saint Foundation’s work in the local community.
Together Southampton Hospital Charity and The Murray Parish Trust have launched an appeal to significantly enhance the environment of the Children’s Emergency and Trauma Department. The aim is to create a safe and specialised place for children to be treated and to create the very best environment for those who need it most. So far, an impressive £1.1 million has been raised towards this appeal but, they still need help to raise the £5.1 million cost for development.
The ICAAL teams were able to raise a total of £1,415 for the Southampton Hospital Charity, all of which is government match funded. Potti’s Putters were able to take the victory on the day, joined by Saints football legend Matt Le Tissier to celebrate the money raised. This charity event joins a growing history of ICAAL’s involvement in the local community, with team members taking part in the ABP Half Marathon earlier in the year to raise money for the same charity.
ICAAL have also worked professionally with the Southampton Hospital Charity, offering their digital marketing services to create engaging marketing materials. This included brochures, posters, roller banners, and flyers, to be used as promotional material that simultaneously targeted large donors and the public. From this, ICAAL have been able to form a lasting relationship with the charity, continuing to design new stationery, flyers, leaflets and posters.blog comments powered by Disqus