Newby Castleman use the power of social media to support Hope Against Cancer

Leading firm of chartered accountants, Newby Castleman, has thrown its support behind Hope Against Cancer, encouraging users on social media to do the same by donating 10p, at no cost to them, with the click of a button.

The firm has set an ambitious target of 10,000 likes / retweets for its posts with the aim of increasing awareness of Hope Against Cancers tireless work at the same time as raising funds. Follow @NewbyCastleman on Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn where the campaign is set to launch on Monday 10th July!

Newby Castleman nominated Hope Against Cancer as its Charity of the Year in November 2016, and has since worked closely on fundraising ideas.

Nicola Cooper, Marketing Manager at Newby Castleman, explained: “We are proud to be working with a charity that plays such a vital role in the fight against cancer right here in Leicester.

“We have set a target of 10,000 likes / retweets for our posts, which we think is achievable – and if we reach it, not only will thousands of people across Leicestershire be made aware of the charity and its work, but we will also have raised an additional £1,000 to help fund that vital research.

“This is just one of a number of ways in which we are fundraising for Hope Against Cancer this year. Keep an eye on our social media feeds throughout the year ahead to find out how you can help us to support them further.”

 

Newby Castleman is one of the Midlands’ leading independent accountancy firms, with offices in Leicester and Loughborough. It offers a range of specialist financial services, business and tax advice for individuals and businesses. For further information, telephone the Leicester branch on 0116 254 9262, the Loughborough branch on 01509 263500 or visit the website at www.newbycastleman.co.uk.

A 10p donation will be made by Newby Castleman for each of the first 10,000 retweets or likes received on its Twitter and/or Facebook posts made in June, linking to the Hope Against Cancer homepage, to a limit of £1,000. Only retweets or likes from accounts which follow Newby Castleman’s Twitter feed or like the firm’s Facebook page will be counted towards the total.