We’re delighted to be co-sponsoring an art exhibition at Stanbrook Abbey in aid of Funny Blood, one of our office good causes. The event is on Thursday 21 March from 6.30 pm and guests will enjoy fizz and canapes on arrival then an art exhibition and auction. Prizes include a Morgan sports car for the day, Tess Daly’s dress from Strictly … Read More
We kicked off Christmas last week in an event co-hosted with Bindles of Worcester, held at Bindles. The fundraiser was for Funny Blood, a Worcestershire-based not-for-profit organisation established by Ruby Edwards whose son suffers from a rare and serious condition. A raffle was held with the winning tickets drawn by Robin Walker MP and prizes were generously donated by Bindles, … Read More
We’re holding an event in conjunction with Bindles of Worcester to raise funds for Worcestershire-based cause Funny Blood. It’s an open invitation and please let Nicola Lee know if you’ll be attending – [email protected] .
The ever-busy Ruby from Funny Blood spoke yesterday on BBC Hereford & Worcesteron the Tony Fisher show, explaining how she’d recently raised enough funds to secure charitable status for the cause she founded, Funny Blood. She was kind enough to give Curo a mention and we are proud to support her in the work she does for this worthwhile cause. … Read More
Another great Expo, this time it was with the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce. We met loads of people from all over the two counties and beyond who had come to find out what the best of the area had to offer. Some great stand displays too, most memorable (apart of course from Curo’s!) was eresponse recruitment – the ladies were … Read More
Were thrilled to announce the two causes we’ll be supporting over the next year as part of our ongoing CSR programme. Funny Blood, set up by Ruby Edwards is a Malvern-based not for profit organisation raising awareness of the condition ‘Platelet Function Disorder’. Our other cause is the Dodford Childrens’ Holiday Farm, offering holidays and short breaks to disadvantaged children. … Read More