Miller Homes raises over £7000 for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital


MILLER Homes’ North West team, has raised an impressive £7,962.00 for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.

The team, headquartered on Birchwood Park, raised the money through its participation in the company’s ‘Active April’ charity challenge.
Active April, month-long steps count challenge initiated by Miller Homes, aims to foster a culture of health and wellbeing among employees while simultaneously supporting charitable causes. Throughout April, employees across all 10 regions logged their steps, contributing not only to their personal fitness but also to the greater good of the community.

This year’s challenge saw Miller Homes’ North West region contribute 5,576,000 steps collectively, far surpassing the initial five million target. For each mile stepped, Miller Homes pledged £1 towards the chosen charity, resulting in a generous contribution to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, supporting research projects and innovations that will help children across the UK and beyond.
Stuart Craig, Managing Director of Miller Homes North West said: “The overwhelming support and dedication shown by our team during Active April has been truly inspiring. We are thrilled to have surpassed our fundraising target and to have made a meaningful impact on the lives of those supported by Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.”

In addition to the substantial donation made during Active April, Miller Homes North West continued its fundraising efforts by participating in the Alder Hey Dragon Boat Festival on Saturday, May 18th at Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre. Dubbed ‘The Mighty Millers’, the North West Team secured 10th place overall out of 17 teams, raising a remarkable total of £2,350. This additional fundraising effort brings the full donation to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital to £7,962.
Miller Homes North West will continue fundraising efforts throughout the year, with the company pledging to match funds raised up to £10,000 per region. In total, Miller Homes’ 10 regions collectively walked an impressive 82,228 miles and raised an outstanding £82,228 by the end of April for charities across the UK.


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