On Friday the 14th October, Breast Cancer Care held 'The Big Pink', a day for everyone to get involved how they could and raise money for this great cause.
HiQ were so impressed with the hard work carried out by Breast Cancer Care they wanted to do something more to help - so they began Project Pink. It’s aim is simple, to raise as much money as possible for this fantastic cause. From cake sales to the three peaks challenge, everyone is getting stuck - and so far the project has raised over £120,000.
Keep up to date with all the latest Project Pink endeavours right here or check out our other charity efforts.
Here at HiQ we are once again in Pink October! Pink October is a month to create awareness and raise money for Breast Cancer Care, which is HiQ’s long supported charity. This month sees HiQ employees and franchisees take part in various activities to raise money for this cause.
HiQ’s retail team Jamie, Nichola and Peter took on the midlands Tough Mudder Challenge on the 30th of May to raise money for HiQ’s charity partner, Breast Cancer Care.
HiQ have raised over £110,000 for Breast Cancer Care since beginning their partnership in 2009 as part of Project Pink with the next goal set at £120,000! To help achieve HiQ's donation total their retail team members, Jamie Cox, Nichola Carter & Peter Henson will all be taking on the Midlands Tough Mudder Challenge on the 30th of May in order to raise a fur…
Three mechanics from HiQ Stafford have managed to shed the combined equivalent of 10 tyres in weight after pledging to get healthy for the new year, and raise money for charity. Jim Turner, Jon Daly, and Ryan Lee, all of HiQ Stafford, lost a whopping 100lbs in total while raising £1,250 for Breast Cancer Care after making the pledge to lose weight at the turn of last year.
HiQ the fast fit network turned itself pink once again in October in a bid to raise money for long supported charity, Breast Cancer Care. HiQ has been supporting Breast Cancer Care since 2009 and in that time has raised over £100,000 for the charity. Its push to hit the £120,000 target sees franchisees and HiQ employees take part various ‘project pink’ activities in the month of October.
Customers and staff at the Blyth, Gateshead and Sunderland branches of HiQ have been tucking into pink cupcakes and drinking gallons of tea to raise £550 for Breast Cancer Care.
Three adventurous members of the HiQ fast fit network are taking to the hills to help the company hit its £100,000 fundraising target for Breast Cancer Care.
The HiQ fast fit network is swapping its usual cyan hues for pink this October as centres all over the country pull together to hit its £100,000 fundraising target for Breast Cancer Care.HiQ has been a proud sponsor of Breast Cancer Care for three years, and in that time has raised over £87,000 for the charity.
The HiQ fast fit network’s nationwide search for a grid girl is over as 24-year-old Jodi Hall from Brackley has beaten nine other entrants to be crowned the winner of the competition.