William Hill has provided the Tottenham Hotspur Elevator Programme with a £100,000 grant to fund the programme as part of its community commitment, Close to HOME, which seeks to make a positive contribution to the local communities where the company is based.
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As part of the company’s community commitment, Close to HOME, William Hill colleagues across eight countries and four continents spent the week of 20th – 26th March volunteering for the firm's first ever International Community Week.
William Hill colleagues in Yorkshire are hoping to serve up a real dogs dinner at Jerry Green Dog Rescue Centre this Christmas through their hot dog collection. Over 800 colleagues are hoping to collect as many frankfurters as they can to donate to the charity, who have five centres across Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Nottingham, rescuing and re-homing stray and abandoned dogs.
On the 22nd September, William Hill colleagues in Swansea, Amie Hubbard, Philip Roberts, Trina Roberts and Claire Hogshaw hosted a quiz night at the Sea Beach Hotel. Attendees were treated to a game of bingo, a raffle as well as a sporting quiz. Raffle prizes included a football signed by all the Swansea FC squad, and a darts shirt signed by top 10 player, Dave Chisnall.
Colleagues from William Hill in East Yorkshire have collected 340 tennis balls to donate to the dogs at the Jerry Green Dog Rescue Charity.
Local amateur boxing clubs from Haringey could benefit from support from William Hill, the UKs largest bookmaker, after they announced that they were looking for suggestions from local clubs as to how William Hill could help them.
When it comes to football passion, William Hill employees showed they are top of the league by raising an outstanding £20,000 during this year’s Football Shirt Friday appeal for the Bobby Moore Fund.
Football fans flocked into William Hill's 2370 betting shops to help boost the Bobby Moore Fund's bid to raise money for their fight against bowel cancer...