It was a case of hair today, gone tomorrow for a brave Dorchester fast fitter, who is recovering after his head was shaved and his body waxed for Breast Cancer Care.Steven Hadley from HiQ Dorchester on Poundbury Road went through a hair raising experience on Saturday morning (30th) when he dyed his locks pink before having it all taken off for charity.
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.
A fast fit centre in Helston has beaten 150 outlets across the UK to be crowned HiQ's fundraising centre of the year, after raising £600 for Breast Cancer Care.HiQ Helston was awarded the accolade at the network's national franchise conference, praising franchisee Justin Roberton and the team for their commitment to its fundraising month 'project pink.
A kind hearted HiQ franchise partner has received a prestigious national award for her fundraising efforts for Breast Cancer Care, after raising £3000 for the cause.Emma-Jane Kisby, marketing manager for the network's largest franchise, Easy Tyre & Autocentres, was crowned HiQ's Pink Hero of the Year at its national franchise conference for her commitment to Project Pink.
HiQ's Project Pink campaign for Breast Cancer Care has captured the imagination of so many people, that even the network's mascot is getting involved!HiQ Bertie, known to hundreds on social networking site Facebook, agreed to do his bit for the cause by putting his name forward for a series of fundraising activities for people to vote for.
HiQ Wolverhampton is used to going the extra mile for its customers, but when a call was made to drive donations to Breast Cancer Care as well, staff couldn't resist.Workers at the centre in Chapel Ash are tickled pink after raising £300 for the charity throughout the month of October.
It's a case of hats off to HiQ's month of Project Pink activities, as a new motorsport inspired auction takes place to bring the checkered flag down on the network's fundraising efforts for Breast Cancer Care.Staff across the HiQ network have put blood, sweat and tears into their Pink October activities, which have ranged from a skydive to a 14 mile tyre push across the Black Country.
A local fast fit centre in town is teaming up with the Garrison social club to host an evening of entertainment in aid of Breast Cancer Care - and inviting you to join them.This Friday (29th October) HiQ Bodmin is inviting local residents to come along to the Garrison club for a night dedicated to raising funds for the charity and encouraging attendees to wear pink for the cause.
Motorists in Ilkeston are being promised a tastebud tickling experience to remember at a fast fit centre in the town, which has found a fundraising recipe for success for Breast Cancer Care.It will be a case of cupcakes and car parts at HiQ on Heanor Road, when the centre attempts to raise as much dough as possible by selling handmade cakes for the charity.
He's the newly crowned winner of the British Touring Car Championship, and he has given all motorsport fans the chance to purchase an exclusive piece of HiQ memorabilia.Jason Plato signed an official HiQ Pink October T-Shirt in between winning his second BTCC title at Brands Hatch, immediately making it a hugely desirable collector's item.
Some people may think its just plane crazy but a Derby man thought quite the opposite after completing a parachute jump, raising £250 for charity.Simon Law, a mobile fitter for HiQ Derby on Abbey Street, completed the 3500 foot skydive over Nottingham airfield on Sunday in support of Breast Cancer Care.