Pink October - HiQ's campaign for national breast cancer awareness month
For every MOT booked online this October we’ll donate £5 to Breast Cancer Care
Every year, 55,000 people in the UK hear the devastating news that they have breast cancer. So we’ve pledged to support the fantastic work Breast Cancer Care do to help those affected.
This National Breast Cancer awareness month we’re donating £5 to Breast Cancer Care for every MOT booked online. Help to support Breast Cancer Care by booking your MOT online today.*Terms and Conditions
HiQ breast cancer care progress
Every penny counts!
This October, HiQ we will be raising money across the country from bake sales to man waxes. You can get involved by taking part in one of our local events or donating at our just giving page. (Registered charity in England and Wales 1017658, and Scotland SC038104) via Breast Cancer Care Trading Limited (CRN 2681072).
Some of our HiQ staff have already taken part in fundraising events, with lots more activities planned across the month. Look out for the posters in our centres for more information, as well as more details on activities our staff will be involved in at each of our centres nationwide.
Jodi becomes a grid girl!
Having scoured the country for someone to represent our partnership with Breast Cancer Care, we're pleased to announce Jodi Hall, 24 from Brackley as the HiQ Grid Girl 2012. She’ll be taking to the track at Brands Hatch in October. After the announcement, Jodi said "I can’t believe I've won. I have a huge passion for motorsport and to be Mat Jackson's Grid Girl is a dream come true."
Taking on the 3 peaks
From 18th-20th October, three of our team will be taking on one of the toughest events around. The National 3 Peaks Challenge involves climbing to the peaks of Snowdon, Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis – that’s over 15 hours of climbing, plus 11 hours of driving. Our intrepid adventurers are aiming to raise £2,500 towards our £100,000 target, so we want to wish them lots of luck and happy climbing!
Cupcakes for charity
Of course when raising money, every penny counts. So, some of our guys and girls from the North East are baking homemade cupcakes and selling them throughout local HiQ Centres. We’ll then match the total value of cakes sold and add it to our Project Pink total.