Charity Support

 
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Rising To The Occasion Everybody loves cakes and we at TopCashback are no different - especially when those cakes help raise money for charity. We hold numerous cake sales throughout the year which everyone gets involved with - and not just the eating of them! Our budding Mary Berrys really rise to the occasion, producing a host of tasty treats to sell to their colleagues and raise funds for a worthy cause.
‘Splashing’ The Cash For Charity It was more a case of TopSplashback than TopCashback for members of our management team in March as they ‘volunteered’ to get a soaking in aid of Comic Relief. Red Nose Day saw bosses line up outside the office while employees took aim at them with sponges drenched in ice cold water. Management’s ‘liquid lunch’, plus a cake sale, resulted in staff raising a grand total of £164.35 for one of our previous Charitys - Comic Relief.

Upcoming events

Grand National Sweepstakes8th April 2017

Easter Tombola12th April 2017

TopCashback Supporting Top Charities

RSPCA Why We Support Charities
The TopCashback brand not only reflects values of working tirelessly to bring members the sweetest deals, being agile in a competitive environment and showing leadership in the field, but also of being ethical, charitable and innovative.
Each year, TopCashback staff members vote to decide which charity the company will support for the next 12 months, and we hold numerous fund-raising events throughout the year. Everything from cake sales and a Grand National sweepstake to Christmas Jumper day. This year, employees chose to support The RSPCA.
The RSPCA are the oldest animal welfare charity around. They were the first to introduce a law to protect animals and they work hard to ensure that all animals can live a life free from pain and suffering.
Through their campaigns they raise standards of care and awareness of issues for the animals who have no voice. They push for laws to be changed, improving the welfare of animals on farms, in research labs, in the wild, in paddocks or in our homes.
Through investigations and prosecutions they stand up to those who deliberately harm animals to send out a clear message - we will not tolerate animal abuse. Their highly trained officers tackle neglect and cruelty at every level and are working hard to stamp out large-scale serious, organised and commercial animal cruelty.
They believe every animal has the right to be counted as an individual. Animals can rely on them to rescue them when they need them most. To rehabilitate them wherever possible, provide them with the very best veterinary care and to find them new homes, either through rehoming or release.
If you want to know more about how the RSPCA helps animals in need check out their website at www.rspca.org.uk.