Family-run waste management business, B&M Waste Services, continue to support Childhood Tumour Trust, with their latest donation used to fund a day out for the Manchester-based children and families that the charity supports.
Childhood Tumour Trust aims to raise awareness of Neurofibromatosis (NF1); an incurable medical condition that can result in tumours, bone deformities, blindness and mobility issues.
Jayne Kennedy, Marketing Manager for B&M Waste, said “Using the funds donated by B&M Waste during our Annual Charity Truck Pull at the end of last year, the families were treated to a day out at Manchester’s InflataNation – a brand new inflatable theme park full of bouncing fun for kids young and old. After building up an appetite, the kids enjoyed a slap-up dinner at Pizza Hut – with all the toppings! We’re so proud to be able to bring support in the form of a family day out and some much needed fun and family time.”
Vanessa Martin, Founder of Childhood Tumour Trust, said “We are delighted to have the continued support from B&M Waste. Days out like this are more than just fun and a welcome distraction from hospitals and appointments, they are the start of a lifelong network of friendships and support for everyone affected by Neurofibromatosis.”
Mark Anderson, B&M Waste Driver, whose son Sam suffers from NF1 and is featured on the side of the B&M Waste Vehicles to raise awareness commented “it was really nice for all the families to come together and have such a great day out and for all the children to have such a fantastic time courtesy of the Childhood Tumour Trust and B&M Waste Services”