IEF Give A Day - Relay Challenge
IEF I Gave a Day - T-Shirt Donations
Jul 23 2015
Dec 04 2015
The Interserve Employee Foundation (IEF) is a registered charity set up in 2012 to encourage and coordinate employee volunteering and fundraising through Give a Day of Your Time (GADOYT) activities. The program promotes volunteer work amongst our employees, who recently launched the 'Give A Day - Relay Challenge' creating 'passing the baton' process that consists of challenging colleagues to volunteer and give a day of their time, upn and nominate four more people to do the same. Through this initiative, we are looking at cultivating giving back to the communities where we live and work, and be aware of the larger needs of others.
Take part in the Give A Day challenge.
Challenge a colleague to volunteer a day and you could win £2,000 for the charity of your choice
Take part in the Give A Day volunteering challenge and you could win £2,000 for the charity of your choice. Simply volunteer your day, take a photo and challenge someone to take part for your chance to win.
1) Arrange your volunteering activity
Check out the volunteering calendar on the Working at Interserve pages on MyInterserve for ideas, or to join an existing event.
2) Get your Give A Day shirt
Email firstname.lastname@example.org the number you require.
Make your cash donations to the IEF on the Charity Choice (you are here!)
3) Capture your day
Wear your shirt and take a photo with as many people who benefit from your good work, or helped to make it happen.
4) Share your photo and challenge others
Post your photo on the IEF Facebook (www.facebook.com/Interserveemployeefoundation), or on Twitter and nominate four colleagues to take on the challenge.
There’s £2,000, £1,000 and £500 towards your favorite charity up for grabs for the most creative photo challenge.
For your chance to win, make sure your photo:
- Is creative and fun
- Includes lots of people
- Shows the IEF or Interserve logo
Fun Challenges – Game Tournament / Sports Days
Event Contact Details
Tammy Smith (IEF)