Model and presenter, Lisa Snowdon, today met with HiQ to celebrate the success of their charity partnership with Breast Cancer Care.As an Ambassador for the charity, Lisa was on hand to thank HiQ and all their staff for their support. HiQ has been a supporter of Breast Cancer Care since 2009 raising a staggering £87,000.
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. For more information and for a chance to help us raise money for Breast Cancer Care, you can visit our Just Giving page.
Keep up to date with all the latest Project Pink endeavours right here or check out our other charity efforts.
An Ipswich garage has raised over £500 for Breast Cancer Care after successfully re-launching its services to the motoring community.HiQ Ipswich, on Woodbridge Road, managed to raise money for the charity after launching an incentive for customers to win a SatNav or an LCD TV.
It might be a bit early for New Year's Resolutions just yet, but that hasn't stopped the HiQ fast fit network from making a charitable one of its own.The kind hearted brand is vowing to continue with the fundraising for Breast Cancer Care in 2012 and is promising to do all it can to raise the final £15,000 needed to hit the £100,000 target for the cause.
A charitable Frome entrepreneur has taken on a hair raising challenge to raise over £250 for the fight against prostate cancer after pledging his support to Movember.Chris Davison, owner and franchisee of HiQ Frome on Handlemaker Road, is half way to owning a tom sellock style moustache in support of the charity, after a family member's experience of prostate cancer urged him to get involved.
It may not have looked like a typical day at the dealership for staff at J S Holmes Ltd, clad in pink and raising money for charity, but spirits were high as the team took part in a Fun day Friday for Breast Cancer Care.
She arrived at Silverstone calling herself a 'basic Basingstoke housewife' WHERE article_id=but left the world famous circuit as a glamorous grid girl adored by thousands, thanks to the HiQ fast fit network.Mother-of- three Beverley Edwards was chosen as our official Pink Grid Girl following a huge nationwide competition to find the face of our fundraising efforts for Breast Cancer Care.
The HiQ fast fit network is well and truly tickled pink with fans of the Dunlop British Touring Car Championship, whose clamour for official memorabilia helped raise £6,000 for Breast Cancer Care.
A self proclaimed 'basic Basingstoke housewife' will be transformed into a glamorous grid girl for the day with us all at HiQ, after winning our grid girl competition.
The HiQ fast fit network is hoping that some explosive cue power will help to chalk up thousands more pounds for Breast Cancer Care, after agreeing to sponsor a high profile snooker tournament for the first time.We have got a big kick out of a player shirt sponsorship deal with the Kay Suzanne Memorial Trophy in Gloucester, which runs from October 7 to October 9.
When picturing a visit to a local garage, the pretty sight of pink is usually as far removed as it gets from the more conventional black and chrome of tyre rubber and exhaust pipe.Yet in the most masculine of male industries, we aren't afraid of getting in touch with our feminine side, particularly when it is in aid of Breast Cancer Care and our attempt to raise £100,000.