Company raises more than £40,000 for brain charity

Regional managing director Barry Koolen, Linda White, whose daughter developed a brain tumour, Natalya Jagger, chief executive of BT Buddies

Regional managing director Barry Koolen, Linda White, whose daughter developed a brain tumour, Natalya Jagger, chief executive of BT Buddies

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An international moving company raised more than £40,000 for its chosen charity.

Crown Worldwide, based in Southbury Road, in Enfield, has raised £44,000 for BT Buddies, its chosen charity for this year.

Raised by cake sales, sponsored walks and runs, and a string of raffles, the money will go to the charity who give support to individuals and families affected by brain tumours.

Crown’s Barry Koolen said: “It was great to see how many members of staff have gone above and beyond to show their support for BT Buddies.

“Linda and her family have experienced first-hand just what an impact the charity can have on families, it really is a worthy cause.

“Putting something back into the community and helping others is so important, so to be able support the work of such a fantastic charity is a real privilege for everyone at Crown Worldwide.”

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