On-Call Support Prostate Cancer UK

September 11th, 2013

On-call recruitment believes that it is vitally important that businesses support the community they work within, which is why we have taken on a number of charitable initiatives – including supporting Prostate Cancer UK.

Adrian Rawden and Danny HaynesOur customers will probably know that we actively support Red Nose Day, Children In Need and ‘When You Wish Upon A Star’ charities – click here to see what we have got up to in the past!

On-call are now very proud to support Prostate Cancer UK, a charity that fights to help more men survive prostate cancer and enjoy a better quality of life. The charity find answers by funding ground-breaking research, leading change by raising the profile of the disease and improving care. And they support men by providing vital information and services.

Adrian Rawden, managing director of On-call, recently proposed a challenge to Notts County Striker Danny Haynes. For every goal that Danny scores during the season, Adrian will donate £100 towards Prostate Cancer UK.

Adrian is backing him to hit 20 goals during 2013/14, having been impressed with what he has seen from the County number 10 so far: “As a fan we all know we have been a bit light in that department so Danny was a good choice, he’s new here and a striker who has shown he means business,” he said. “I would love to see Danny get 30 but 20 would be a good target to achieve.

“In the Championship I understand Danny has a one in three strike rate, so 20 in League 1 is achievable and the charity would certainly benefit if he does. I’ve had a few tweets from people saying they hope he costs me £2,000!”

“I had a figure in mind to donate to charity and thought I could link it to football with cash per goal incentive hopefully it works and both the charity and Notts’ will benefit – it’s a win win situation for all of us!”

To discover more about Prostate Cancer UK, click here. To visit our Just Giving page and to donate, please click here. Please click here to view the story on The Magpies’ webpage.