Isle of Man-based fiduciary and pension firm Optimus Limited has made a donation to the charity ‘Make-A-Wish’ through various staff initiatives.
Staff of Optimus have the opportunity to nominate a charity every couple of months with money then raised for the particular charity. Make-A-Wish was nominated by one of its client administrators, James Bailey, who also accepted the cheque on its behalf.
Make-A-Wish was established just over 30 years ago and grants wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions. Charitable donations have now helped grant more than 11,000 wishes to date which have included helping children meet the real Santa in Lapland, organising a day at CBeebies to see how the magazine is made, and even arranging to have a life sized Storm Trooper made.
“This is a great charity and one that everybody in the office can see the immense benefits of,” said Sophie Hancox, team leader at Optimus Fiduciaries Limited.“We are continuing to look for ways we can assist the community by raising money for charity through volunteer work and the giving of our time.”
Optimus Group Limited has been providing consultancy services to around forty regulated businesses since 2010.
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