Corps Security Raises More Than £2,000 For Armed Forces Charity
Last week Corps Security celebrated its link to the Armed Services by raising just over £2,000 for SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity as part of the annual Armed Services Week.
The Corps Security team took part in several different fundraising activities, from the Big Brew Up and virtual 13 Bridges Walk, to baking cakes. In addition more than 30 security professionals working across the country, many with their own distinguished military service records, performed the SSAFA Salute to our Armed Forces. The photos were shared across Corps’ social media channels and website.
“It was an inspirational week and highlighted just how close so many of our colleagues are to the armed forces,” said Paul Lotter, MD of Corps Security.
Corps has a strong relationship with the Armed Forces as the organisation was set up in 1859 to provide employment for service men returning from the Crimean War; former servicemen still make up a large percentage of the organisation’s employees.
Follow Corps’ social channels for updates and images of these and other activities. And please do support this worthy cause by donating here.