ANM Group staff, members and customers celebrated the Group’s 150th anniversary year raising £176,298 for local charities.
The Group were fundraising throughout their 150th anniversary year in 2022 to support local charities including Abbie’s Sparkle Foundation, Charlie House, Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) and Caithness based charities Caithness Palliative Care and Listening Ear. The charities were specially chosen by ANM Group staff.
Fundraising events included a cycling challenge at the Spring Show, the ANM Beyond 150 Conference, a BBQ and auction at Quoybrae Centre, Maverston golf day, a dinner dance and fundraising auction, as well as a Stewart Trailer raffle and livestock donations throughout the year.
Abbie’s Sparkle Foundation, Charlie House, Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) each received £55,366 following the fundraising efforts. Caithness Palliative Care and Listening Ear will receive £10,200 between them.
Grant Rogerson, ANM Group Chief Executive said:
“We have been overwhelmed by the support shown throughout our 150th anniversary year. The amount raised is testament to generosity shown within the agricultural and business community and we are thrilled to see local charities benefiting. A massive thank you to everyone that got involved in our fundraising efforts.”
Alan Hutcheon, Director ANM Group said:
“A huge thanks to customer, members and staff for helping to raise funds for these excellent worthwhile charities. It has been a privilege to work alongside these charities over the past year and we are delighted to have exceeded our fundraising target. We are proud to be supporting these inspiring charities who make a real difference in our local communities.”