XmasPartyHeroes 2020
2 Dec 2020 - 31 Jan 2021

#XmasPartyHeroes 2020

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Gillian Mcmanus

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Become a #XmasPartyHeroes this year

It’s that time of year when teams, departments and even the whole company gets together for the festive season, to celebrate the past 12 months and look forward to a new year.

With local and national lockdowns, an increase in staff working from home and restrictions on the opening of venues and caterers, festive parties will look a little different this year! So why not embrace the change and make a donation to Cancer Research UK instead? You could make one overall donation, or contribute what you would have spent on food and drink, staff and client gifts, venue hire cost, photography and so on – the list is endless!

By donating to Cancer Research UK, you will become one of our #XmasPartyHeroes.

We would love to discuss more fundraising opportunities for 2021 with you. If you would like to someone to get in touch, please leave a note of your organisations name in the comments section when you are donating.

We would also like to feature some thank you's to our heroes on social media and LinkedIn. If you would be happy for us to feature you in one of these posts, please leave your corporate name within the comments section and we will aim to do so.

Xmas Party Heroes is an independent initiative encouraging organisations across the UK to support charities in lieu of the usual office party. Visit the Xmas Party Heroes site for more information (

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