NatWest team supports Immingham Disability Swimming Group


NatWest team supports Immingham Disability Swimming Group

Staff and swimmers for the Immingham Disability Swimming Group were delighted to receive a cheque for £155 following a number of charity events undertaken by the team from the NatWest in Immingham.

16 February 2012

The NatWest team are based only a couple of minutes from the local swimming pool so they are very much aware of the important work the Immingham Disability Swimming Group do. They also know the Group are planning a mini Olympics in June and need funds to put the event on. With this in mind, the team lead by branch manager Tracey Carey organised a series of fundraising events. These raised the £155 which was presented to the group.

Tracey Carey, Branch Manager of NatWest Immingham, said: 'The Immingham Disability Swimming Group is an important local group which relies on donations to make a difference, so we were determined to raise as much money as we could to help. I would like to say a big thank you to our friends, colleagues and customers who kindly supported us.'

Tom Ryan, NatWest's Local CEO for North Lincolnshire, added: 'The fundraising was a great team effort as well as a lot of fun. Most importantly it raised some vital funds. I am determined that my colleagues and I will continue to support good causes such as the Immingham Disability Swimming Group and make a real difference at the heart of the communities we serve.'

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