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Reeves enjoy recent running success

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Each office within Reeves, KCFA member and one of the South East’s leading Accountancy and Financial Service firms, has a nominated Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) representative who each year organises which local charity to support with the aim being to ‘give something back’ to the local community. Recent events include the following.

On Sunday 14 July, a group of staff took part in ‘The British 10k London Run’ to raise money for both the London and Chatham offices local charities – St Luke’s Community Centre and The Friends of Wisdom Hospice respectively. The team of 4, who ran a total of 40k, were made up of Fiona Hotston Moore, Zoe O’Brien, Phil Reynolds and Sean Rodwell.

Also, an eight-man team from Reeves took part in the Standard Chartered Great City Race on Thursday 11th July. This annual 5km corporate running challenge which takes place around the closed off streets of the City of London and which raises money for Seeing is Believing.

Phil Reynolds, the Chatham office CSR representative commented, “It’s great to take part in such a fantastic event and see the many iconic landmarks that London has. You take for granted how magical London is at times. We’re delighted that by taking part in the run we have managed to raise more awareness of both charities and a few pennies in sponsorship as well!”

The London 2012 Olympics made such an impact on Reeves that they have recently become a commercial sponsor for the Great Britain Short Track Speed Skating Team as they prepare for the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Fiona Hotston Moore, a Corporate Partner at Reeves said, “We hope that our backing and professional support in all matters of business and tax will help the GB Short Track team as they compete on the global stage and at the very highest level in Sochi next year.”

To add the icing on the cake, Reeves are delighted to announce that our very own Rio 2016 Paralympic hopeful; Matthew Emmerson, was crowned British Champion Para Triathlete in Liverpool on Saturday 13 July. In fact, Matthew had only recently returned to action following a really serious injury and so this winning was truly astounding and hugely motivating to the rest of his colleagues at Reeves.
 




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