Charity News

Dominion raises £3,500 for Sport Relief

On the 18th of March Dominion participated in Sport Relief, running a number of sport and fund raising events and raising a total of £3,500. 33 employees kept a stationary bike spinning for a total of 8 hours 26 employees walked a massive 126,040 steps between them, with the best individual walking a total of

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Dominion raises £20,000 for Children in Need

On the 13th of November Dominion hosted a huge fundraising day for Children in Need. We ran a number of events to raise funds including A raffle and enormously popular silent auction A bake off to see who the Mary Berry of Dominion is – this prestigious prize was won by Melissa Luis! A Dominion’s

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Dragon Boat Racing

The annual Condor Ferries Dragon Boat Festival took place again this year on Saturday 20 September with 57 teams taking part in the event which sees hundreds of rowers jumping into the low-profile vessels to skim across the sea. Whilst Dominion didn’t prove to be the fastest rowers of the day, it was quite clear that they

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Jersey Marathon – ‘The Dominion Dashers’

Dominion once again entered a team ‘The Dominion Dashers’ for the Jersey Marathon this year held on 5th October 2014. The team included Melissa McConnell, John Scriven, Alan Evans, Marilisa Garnier and Anna Ormsby. Well done team for raising funds in aid of two worthwhile charities – Seeing is Believing (SIB) and International Agency for Prevention

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Macmillan Coffee Morning

9th September 2014 Dominion took part in the annual Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event on 26th September 2014, where they ask people across the UK to hold a coffee morning and raise money for people living with cancer. The coffee morning was a great success, raising £83.59 for Macmillan. The event provides a great excuse to get together with

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‘Go Yellow’ in aid of Jersey Hospice Care

1st June 2014 On Friday 22nd June, Dominion staff participated in the ‘Go Yellow Day’ in aid of Jersey Hospice Care, where total of £143.50 was raised.