Easter Egg-travaganza

Following the success of our not-so-Secret Santa last year, we once again wanted to live our More Than Me value by helping Leeds Children’s Charity collect Easter eggs for vulnerable children.

Leeds Children’s Charity (LCC) provide support for disadvantaged and vulnerable children around the city and are committed to brightening children’s lives by providing unforgettable breaks and invaluable learning opportunities. Around this time of year, LCC usually coordinate an annual Easter egg collection, but with some of their staff still on furlough they were in need of support and we were more than happy to help!

Our awesome Homies rallied together and with just 1 weeks’ notice were able to collect and donate 106 Easter eggs to families in the local community, making the day of those who would have otherwise had no eggs this Easter.

The Easter festivities didn’t stop there! As we couldn’t all be together to do our usual Easter egg hunt around the office, THHOR (The HOME House of Representatives) took it to the next level and organised a virtual egg hunt around the whole of Yorkshire! All four eggs were successfully retrieved from their various hiding spots as our Homies cracked the cryptic clues.

To end the week, our resident quiz master hosted an Easter quiz that went down a treat as it put our Homies’ knowledge of chocolate adverts to the test!

Written by:

Georgia.Preston Senior Marketing Executive


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