Harvard Engineering staff members have been getting into the charity spirit dressing up for Children in Need and sporting moustaches for prostate cancer charity Movember.
It is estimated that by the end of November the staff will have raised well over £1000 for the two charities.
Over 100 members of staff donned fancy dress outfits for Children in Need on Friday 18th November, with people dressing up as members of rock band Kiss and a variety of animals from the Lion King, amongst others.
Nine members of staff also grew moustaches to raise awareness of mens health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer. Movember is all about growing a moustache to spark conversations, and generate laughs; all in the name of raising vital awareness and funds for cancers affecting men.
Michael McDonnell, sales and marketing director at Harvard Engineering, commented:
“It was a wonderful day, everyone had a great time dressing up supporting a great cause.”
Harvard Engineering, based in Normanton, Wakefield, is a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of drivers, ballasts and control products for the lighting industry.
Established in 1993, Harvard has grown to be a leading player in the LED lighting and wireless street lighting industries. Harvard’s innovative range of products includes the CoolLED range of switchable drivers and LeafNut, the revolutionary wireless remote monitoring system for street lighting. For further information visit www.harvardeng.co.uk
2011 – Winner of the Orange Innovation Award at the National Business Awards
2011 – Winner Insider’s Growth 100 (Yorkshire) Innovation Award
2011 – Winner of the Innovation Award at the Wakefield Express Business Awards
2011 – Winner of a Queen’s Award for Enterprise, within the Innovation category
2010 – Winner of the Light Sources & Controls Award at the Lighting Design Awards
2010 – Winner of the Yorkshire Forward Innovator/10 Innovation in Action Award
2009 – Winner of the Yorkshire Post Business in Excellence