Foam, food and franchising will be the order of the day at The British Franchise Association’s annual chairman’s charity fun day, to be held at Whilton Mill, Daventry on September 13.
The event hosts a range of activities, such as human table football, go karting and ‘scramble scramble’, where participants battle to complete an inflatable obstacle course.
The aim of the day is to raise funds for The Franchise Trust, a charity founded by the bfa in 2012 that provides opportunities to individuals in disadvantaged circumstances and who struggle to access the workplace.
Training opportunities, coaching and network support are a few of the services designed to help create a more secure future within the franchise industry through the trust.
Trevor Brocklebank, chairman of the bfa, the UK’s accreditation body and trade association, says: “Last year was a massive success and not just because we raised £6,100 for The Franchise Trust, but also the amount of fun had by all that attended, and we hope you will join us this year for more foam, food and franchising.”
To book your place at the chairman’s charity day visit https://www.thebfa.org/events/bfa-chairmans-charity-day/
If you would like to donate to The Franchise Trust, email email@example.com.
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