STAFF at a Hampshire company have raised more than £3,700 for a cancer charity.

Enterprise Mobility's Vehicle Services Department, in Aldershot, organised a charity week recently, raising £3,733 for Young Lives vs Cancer.

Tom Livingstone, a supervisor at the company, was especially motivated to help because his family has received support from the charity.

He said: "When a child is really ill, you can’t think about the basics as a parent – this is where Young Lives vs Cancer steps in to provide all the necessary support.

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A number of activities, including a leg wax, contributed to the totalA number of activities, including a leg wax, contributed to the total (Image: Young Lives vs Cancer)

"It’s great to work at a place that encourages us to fundraise for such worthy causes and strengthen our communities.

"I feel grateful to all my colleagues for their brilliant efforts."

Shona King, another supervisor, praised her team's commitment. She said: "Everyone came together to raise funds for Young Lives vs Cancer.

"From head shaving to leg waxing, and a variety of cakes, sweets, and games – it was a collective effort!

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"We are delighted to have raised so much to help children and young people with cancer."

Liz Blunt, senior fundraising engagement manager for Young Lives vs Cancer (Hampshire), expressed her gratitude towards the team.

She added: "We receive no government funding and can only provide the support that we do thanks to the generosity of companies like Enterprise Mobility.

"The amount raised ensures our team of specialist social workers can continue providing emotional, practical and financial support for children and young people with cancer.

"Thank you so much to Tom and the Enterprise Mobility team."