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CCF makes Happy Days even happier!


CCF, one of the UK’s leading distributors of interior building products to the construction industry, has raised almost £45,000 for national children’s charity, Happy Days.  Body hair waxing, mountain climbing and dancing are just some of the activities undertaken by CCF staff to raise support for the charity.

Having been involved in a wide variety of fundraising activities throughout the year, CCF was pleased to be able to present Ryan Sinclair, Chief Executive of Happy Days, with a cheque for £44,650 at their annual conference last week.

Happy Days is dedicated to providing holidays, residential trips, days out and theatre trips for thousands of disadvantaged young people with special needs.

Steve Quarrington, Charity Chairman for CCF commented: “We are extremely proud to have raised such an incredible amount for Happy Days Charity to allow them to continue to make a difference to the lives of so many disadvantaged young people. 

“I’d like to thank our colleagues, customers, family and friends, who got involved and helped us raise the money as without their support, it wouldn’t have been possible.”

Ryan Sinclair, Chief Executive at Happy Days commented: "This money will have a huge impact on what we do and we are indebted to CCF for the amount of effort their staff have gone to in raising such an amount.    It will make a significant difference and means we can give more disadvantaged young people with special needs the chance of a holiday, residential trip or special day out. 

“Never underestimate how such activities can brighten up the lives of some young people and their families and help include them in society in a positive way.  We help over 10,000 children a year nationally and have a 12 month waiting list, so this money will go a long way to reaching even more children."

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