Intuitive raises £10,000 for the Rainbow Trust

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Intuitive raises £10,000 for the Rainbow Trust

Croydon-based Travel technology developer intuitive has announced it has raised over £10,000 in 2018 for the Rainbow Trust.

The provider of the iVector reservation system chose to support the Rainbow Trust, a national charity which provides support for families who have a child with a serious illness.

The enables families who have a child with a life-threatening illness to make the most of their time together. It relies almost entirely on voluntary donations and helps over 2,300 families through its nine care teams in England.

Intuitive has been a supporter of the charity for 2 years and started targeted fundraising at the start of 2018.

Staff have raised donations through events such as the Three Peaks Challenge, a 90ft abseil down the Queen’s Stand at Surrey’s Epsom Downs Racecourse, as well as bake sales, pub quizzes and other initiatives.

Paul Nixon, managing director of intuitive, said: “As a business, we are committed to supporting a charity that makes a real difference and we are proud for that to be the Rainbow Trust.

“The work the Rainbow Trust do is vital, and we wanted to raise awareness and support as much as possible to change the lives of those families with children with a life-threatening illness.”

Oonagh Goodman, director of fundraising and marketing at Rainbow Trust, added: “We are very grateful that intuitive have raised over £10,000 to help us fund our vital support to families with a seriously ill child.

“All the money raised will help Rainbow Trust to support families and make the most of the precious time they have together.”


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