A.C. Whyte proudly took part in the National Business Fives Football tournament. The events bring together businesses from a variety of sectors and the organisation commits to donating 10% of all revenue to charity to create a positive impact on society.
The league brought together companies from sectors across the country and A.C. Whyte battled to win the Construction, Housing and Property heat, securing their place in the final with back to back Business Fives heat wins.
Eventual Champions League winners A.C. Whyte selected Glasgow Children’s Hospital as their preferred charity to benefit from the winning pot. A.C. Whyte, who commit to donating to the charity annually, increased the fund by £1000. The Charity requires ongoing support to ensure that young patients and their families at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow receive the best possible care and experience.
Jennifer Phin, A.C. Whyte Managing Director proudly presented the charity with a cheque for £3,120 with the help of new arrival, 10 week old daughter Chloe. Jennifer, along with John McClarey of Business Fives, Alan Burns of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and Maureen Stevenson of A.C. Whyte were kindly given a tour of the facility by the charities Jason Hutchison. They had the pleasure of seeing the childrens’ MediCinema and the impressive Teddy Hospital in action.
The Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity have huge goals to ensure they can support the children and families they care for, as a Family Business we are delighted to take part in events such as the Business Fives that go on to allow us to donate to such an incredible charity. Jennifer Phin, Managing Director.