A kind hearted HiQ franchisee has helped to bring the British Touring Car Championship season to a close in style, after raising a staggering £8,500 for charity in just one day. HiQ staff, along with members of the Broadway Tyres franchise, looked pretty in pink at Brands Hatch when they helped generate the amazing sum of money for Breast Cancer Care.
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.
Not content with saving lives on the race track, a group of girl marshals have shown real girl power to help save lives off it, after raising £1,000 for Breast Cancer Care. The team of volunteers showed their sharing, caring sides once more by generating the cash for HiQ's official charity for 2009, at the final round of the HiQ British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch.
Amanda, better known as AJ, was chosen as HiQ's Pink Grid Girl following an intense online vote, receiving over 24 per cent of the overall votes cast. She will don the iconic HiQ pink grid suit and join thousands of fans as they dress in pink in an attempt to make the grandstands - and every other part of the circuit - pretty in pink and raise thousands of pounds for Breast Cancer Care.
She looks pretty in pink, and Melanie C is urging all motorsport fans to do likewise by dressing in the colour at the next round of the HiQ British Touring Car Championship. The Spice Girl star has donned the colour in a bid to get everyone else to follow suit at Brands Hatch on Sunday October 4, to raise money for Breast Cancer Care, HiQ's official charity for 2009.
A kind hearted Battersea business is getting in the pink after donating £2,500 to Breast Cancer Care, it was revealed. Gary Oliver who is operations manager of the HiQ fast fit centre in Chatham Road, is showing his caring, sharing side after agreeing to give the cash to the charity on behalf of the garage.
The aim was to raise £100,000 for charity - and the HiQ network is already a fifth of the way towards its goal after a stunning start to its fundraising efforts for Breast Cancer Care.
HiQ's biggest franchisee is getting in the pink after donating £2,500 to Breast Cancer Care, the fast fit network's official charity for 2009. Emma-Jane Kisby, marketing manager for Easy Tyre & Autocentres Ltd, is showing her caring, sharing side after persuading her boss to give the cash to the charity on behalf of the company, which owns 27 HiQ centres in the Midlands.