CRM Oxford announces new ‘heartfelt’ charity partnership
We are delighted that Chapman Robinson & Moore Accountants Oxford have chosen to support Tiny Tickers throughout the year.
In the last few months of 2021, CRM accountant Beccy Blake’s son Charlie fell ill with a serious heart condition that was not diagnosed until he was 18 months old. Beccy and her family have been through a very difficult time with numerous hospital stays and ongoing treatment for Charlie.
CRM Director Jessica Mason explains: “ We began supporting the charity during their annual celebration of heart heroes, Heart Week, where everyone comes together to help babies, their parents and the health professional who care for them. We thought it would be a great time to introduce Tiny Tickers to our clients and other local businesses. It was a great way to begin our year of vital fundraising for this great charity!”
Katie Lawson, Tiny Tickers Head of Fundraising & Comms said “We are absolutely delighted that CRM Oxford have chosen our tiny charity to benefit from their support. We know it’s a very personal cause and we’re so grateful that we have been able to support Beccy & her family on their CHD journey. As much of what is normal in our lives continues to change, our cause remains the same. With the support of CRM we will be able to continue doing all that we can to help babies with congenital heart defects, their families, and the health professionals who look after them.”
Other charity events in the CRM calendar in 2022 will include an Easter family fundraiser (above), a local fun run, their popular Race Night, a Christmas raffle and of course the tuck shop which raises funds throughout the year.
Funds raised through this partnership will support our core vital work – improving early detection of serious heart conditions, diagnosis and treatment; providing hospital-based fetal cardiac screening training for sonographers to spot heart defects during routine pregnancy scans and providing vital support and advice to families dealing with a diagnosis.
Find out more about how to support Tiny Tickers in your workplace.