CRASH is delighted to announce that the Construction Products Association (CPA) Autumn Lunch charity draw raised £7,583 for CRASH on Thursday 31st October 2019 in London.
The three-course lunch welcomed over 600 guests from across the industry who heard from world-renowned behavioural economist and Financial Times columnist, Tim Harford OBE.
After dinner, there was a fundraising raffle and giving so generously guests raised an impressive £7,583 for CRASH.
Peter Caplehorn, Chief Executive at Construction Products Association said:
‘‘I’m delighted the CPA Autumn Lunch managed to raise such an impressive amount for CRASH – a charity we’ve had the pleasure to work with for many years now. CRASH do absolutely brilliant work assisting homelessness and hospice charities with construction related projects and I was thrilled to see such generosity from our guests on the day.’’
Francesca Roberts, Chief Executive at CRASH said:
‘‘It was a great honour to once again be the chosen charity for the CPA Autumn Lunch. A huge thank you to the team at CPA, and their members and guests, for their generosity. Your support means CRASH can continue to help homelessness charities and hospices with life-changing building projects for many years to come.’’
A big thank you to Courtney Smith Group for donating a case of champagne for the raffle.
Thank you also to our wonderful volunteers from CRASH Patron Beale & Co who gave their time to help with the charity collection.
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