Did you know that over the course of 2020 – which, quite clearly, has been one of the worst years in recent history in so many ways – the Fairfax and Favor community has raised over £268,000 for various charities? In the midst of the chaos and stress of a pandemic, you all came together in support of initiatives that matter. We actually raised far more this year than we ever have before! How much more,you ask…
Let’s say that again: in 2020 alone, Fairfax & Favor has raised one hundred and twenty-five thousand four hundred sixty-six poundsto fight breast cancer. Not only is this the largest amount that we have raised in a single year with our BCN campaign, it is also more than we’ve raised over the last five years combined. Our grand total is now up to £224,655 in six years.
For Remembrance Sunday, Fairfax & Favor offered our customers the chance to bid for the last pair of Red Flower Tassels and a pair of Grey Amira boots🌹👢
All contributions were be donated to the Help For Heroes charity. We are proud to announce that the final donation for our Remembrance Sunday auction was £560. Below is a letter from the charity after our donation...
On the of 23rd July 2019, Brothers Billy and Charlie Aprahamian embarked on a 1000-mile cycle ride to raise money for the construction of a new Sensory Room for disabled adults at Home Orchard Care and Support for Adults with a Learning Disability. Beginning at the northern tip of Italy’s Lake Maggiore, located on the south side of the Alps, and ending at Home Orchard in Chudleigh, Devon.
Fairfax & Favor are happy to announce that we have joined The Country Food Trust’s growing community by signing up to their ‘Key Supporter Scheme’. The CFT describes themselves as a charity food producer who concentrate on making protein-based food to donate to organisations that feed people in need.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Fairfax and Favor proudly celebrate its 4th year supporting Breast Cancer Care. Last year’s limited edition fuchsia pink boot tassels were a monumental success, contributing over £14,000 to the incredible total of £75,000 we have raised for the campaign so far.
Three months ago, four work friends tackled Macmillan Cancer Support’s ‘Longest Day Golf Challenge’ at Frilford Heath Golf Club in Oxfordshire. The challenge is no mean feat, 72 holes, 4 rounds, and 26 miles of walking.
On September 24th, wellbeing entrepreneur Liz Earle hosted a champagne lunch fundraiser for the Wellbeing of Women charity. Accompanying a few Monica Vinader pieces of jewellery in the auction was our Loxley Shoulder Bag in tan.