Snow mean effort!
CETERIS' charity effort collected an impressive £200 for Scottish Autism.
During the festive season a craft fayre for local businesses was held at Inglewood House.
In place of an attendance fee, Ceteris asked stallholders to donate a prize to the raffle for the benefit the Alloa-based charity.
Michelle Carr, Ceteris' business adviser who organised the event, said, "Scottish Autism is a tenant of Ceteris and a very worthwhile charity. We try and support them in every way that we can.
"The stallholders were delighted with the turnout at the event and very happy to donate a prize.
"Our Inglewood receptionists, Nicola and Anne, did a great job of promoting the charity and selling raffle tickets and we were over the moon with the £200 we raised on the day."
Carolyne Nurse from Scottish Autism added, "We'd like to say a big thank you to Ceteris, all the businesses who donated a prize and to all those who bought raffle tickets. Every bit of funding helps us support individuals and families with autism issues."
Photograph shows Nicola Cowan (Inglewood receptionist), Carolyne Nurse (fundraising & marketing manager, Scottish Autism) amd Michelle Carr (Ceteris BG business adviser).
This article appeared in Alloa & Hillfoots Advertiser 22 Jan 13
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