Don’t be a spanner – check your nuts!….. Screwfix raised £68,000

Screwfix, has raised a fantastic £68,000 in 2011 for testicular and prostate cancer charity, Everyman, smashing its fundraising target by a staggering £18,000
From a gruelling bike ride around the 45 mile-long Tarka Trail in Devon and a sponsored 21 mile paddle in the West Midlands, to cake sales and fancy dress days spanning the breadth of the country, staff across Screwfix’s national network of 200 trade counters have tackled a host of challenges and activities in aid of the fantastic charity.
Screwfix also sold ‘Get it Done’ t-shirts, the follow up to the popular ‘t-shirts as well as scratch cards across its network of branches, to raise further funds and awareness of male cancers.
John Mewett, marketing director for Screwfix, said: “. We know that the most common form of cancer in men is prostate cancer and Screwfix’s large male customer base allows us to really reach out and make a difference. Congratulations to our staff and customers, who got involved and raised such a large sum of money. It will really make a huge difference to the great work that Everyman does.”

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