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Charity and the support of our community are of fundamental importance to Morson. 

Formed in 2007, our charity committee continues to lead our fundraising efforts as we pledge our support each year to multiple worthy causes, we have raised over £2million for dozens of charitable organisations across the country.

In 2019 Morson celebrated half a century in business. To honour this landmark we embarked on a programme of events, with charity and community at the heart with every office worldwide across the Group nominating a charity in that region to support. 50 Weeks of Giving was our biggest ever charitable year as we pledged to donate to 50 worthy causes and align our charity ambitions to our half-a-century birthday celebration. We are in awe of the enormous efforts of our staff, clients, contractors, supply chain and other partners, who came together to raise a staggering £130,000, which was evenly split between our two chosen charities: Motor Neurone Disease Association and ABF The Soldiers’ Charity – both fantastic causes.

To truly mark 50 years, we asked every office worldwide to nominate a charity close to their own hearts to support in their region.

Diverse examples of the charities chosen include homeless shelters, care homes, youth projects and animal shelters.

 We are in awe of the enormous efforts of our staff, clients, contractors, supply chain and other partners, who also came together to raise money for our two chosen charities: Motor Neurone Disease Association and ABF The Soldiers’ Charity – both fantastic causes. 

2019 also saw us support and sponsor:

  • Women in Rail’s Big Rail Diversity Challenge and #TransformTheFuture event
  • North West Diversity Forum – a roundtable event rooted in ED&I
  • Morson Sport Panel – which brought together sporting greats to discuss the transferable links and principles between sport and business
  • University of Portsmouth’s Formula Student (FS) Racing Team
  • Blair Projects’ ProtoEV Electric Go-Kart Challenge
  • F1 In Schools’ Blackout Team
  • The University of Salford’s FS Racing Team
  • Wilderness Navigators’ Mount Elbrus challenge
  • Ex-forces veteran, Jake Gardner, in the Ultra Marathon Challenge – 155 miles across five gruelling days
  • R-Ladies Manchester event at Thoughtworks – focused on creating diversity in data
  • Force Atlantic’s 3,000-mile race across the Atlantic 

The Morson Charity Committee was founded in 2007, and each year our employees vote to select two charitable organisations to raise vital funds for - one local organisation and one national. The nomination of a local charity often stems from the personal experience of an employee and Morson is proud to support and promote awareness of a worthwhile cause in our region.

Our 2020 employee-chosen charities are Kidscan and Acorns. In the last 10 years, we've raised over £2million for worthy causes throughout the UK such as Salford University, the Seashell TrustDestination Florida and Alzheimer's Society.  

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    Morson splits £80,000 donation between 2020 chosen charity partners

    ​After presenting £40,000 to each organisation at the end of last year, Morson Group has elected to maintain its charity partnerships from 2020 throughout 2021. In January 2020, Morson announced that the two charities that would be supported throughout the year would be Acorns Children’s Hospice and Kidscan, both nominated by and then voted for by the employees of the business. Acorn’s Children’s Hospice is a Midlands-based charity that provides support and end of life care for children with life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses. The three hospice locations contain hydrotherapy pools, arts, sensory rooms and all of the other things needed to make children’s days the fullest they can be, providing respite care and allowing families to stay over safe in the knowledge that their child is being looked after. Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research is a Salford-based charity that funds and manages research into new and improved treatments for children with cancer. Cancer is the leading cause of death in children in the UK. 25% of children diagnosed won’t make it to their 30th birthday. Many of the children who do survive, suffer life-long, life-limiting side effects caused by the treatments used to cure them. Morson’s regular programme of charity events throughout the year includes cake sales, several golf days, a multi-day bike ride challenge and much more. However, the coronavirus pandemic struck early on the in the year which resulted in all charity fundraising activity being shelved as the nation went into the first of several lockdowns. With the standard activities postponed for at least a year, Morson CEO Ged Mason presented a cheque for £40,000 to each charity. The money, which was presented at the Group’s first-ever virtual company awards ceremony, was money that had been saved throughout the year in the absence of our traditional conferences and Christmas parties. Furthermore, it was announced that the charity partnership would continue through 2021 to allow for further employee-led fundraising. With ‘Care’ as one of the Morson Group’s core values and the support of the community important to the business, our charity committee was set up in 2007 to lead our fundraising efforts. In the past 13 years, the business has raised over £2 million for dozens of charities of all sizes across the UK. Kidscan’s Corporate Fundraising Manager Bethany Hinchliffe said: “Through the year, I’d struggled to build the kind of relationship that I’d normally want to achieve with a corporate partner. With staff on furlough, working from home for the first time, they were busy trying to help people work and get them back into their office safely but I wasn’t able to go in and meet them to help get things planned. Plus events weren’t able to go ahead, it was difficult for all of us. We are really fortunate that we’ve got another year with them, and I’ve got a chance to get to know the staff and hopefully the chance to hold some really fun and engaging events.” Both Kidscan and Acorns were surprised about the end of year donation, as Bethany explains: “It was a total surprise, Morson’s people didn’t tell us anything until we were up on stage, with microphones clipped on, being filmed! We were just overwhelmed by their generosity and after such a terrible year… also knowing that we’ll be working with them for another year is a great boost to the start of 2021, knowing that this will enable us to continue to fund vital research in to new and safer treatments for childhood cancer” The £40,000 given to Kidscan will fund a pump priming grant for four senior researchers, or an amazing twenty, one–year, student placements. For Acorns, it will go towards helping sustain end of life care for their Midlands-based hospice locations. Morson recently became patrons of ex-forces veteran Andy Reid MBE's Standing Tall Foundation. Find out more about our commitment to charity and the community here

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