Osiris Projects Raises Almost £10k for Charity During 2014

Posted 8 January 2015

Osiris Projects surpassed previous fundraising records during 2014, contributing almost £10,000 to local and national charities with the help of Bibby Line Group’s Giving Something Back scheme.

Project Surveyor Hayley Santer raised nearly £2400 for the Little Princess Trust, a charity who makes wigs for children who are recovering from cancer, by shaving her head and donating her waist-length hair.

Technical director Jim Walters committed to wearing an England-themed wig throughout the entire World Cup, raising £1000 for local Wirral-based charity Clare’s House Children’s Hospice.

October saw a charity football game between Osiris Projects and Bibby Line Group’s Liverpool HQ, played at Vauxhall Motors FC stadium and raising almost £1000 through ticket sales and a raffle.

Other charities who have benefitted include Cancer Research UK, Marie Curie, MacMillan, Dementia UK, Clatterbridge Hospital, Children in Need, Movember and Marymount Hospice.