As a partner to repairs and maintenance contractor Axis Europe since 2008, ROCC is giving back to its charitable arm, the Axis Foundation, which provides opportunities for people, projects and causes within the UK.
ROCC is supplying the PA system for the ball on Saturday, which supports two charities, Sparks and Demelza Children’s Hospice.
ROCC’s Uniclass solution helps Axis to process and manage around 450,000 repairs a year via one unified system, improving the experience of staff and tenants.
John Hayes, Axis CEO, said: “It’s excellent that our long standing relationship with ROCC can extend past the integration of systems, which allow Axis to maximise performance. This kind donation is helping to facilitate an event that is estimated to raise over £80,000 for the two charities.”
Nicola Brown, sales director at ROCC, added: “As a valued partner, we welcome the opportunity to lend Axis our support for two fantastic and hugely important causes.”
The Sparks charity, which has funded more than 285 research projects since 1991, supports pioneering children’s medical research to help children overcome illnesses.
Demelza Children’s Hospice cares for more than 800 children with life-threating illnesses and their families. They strive to allow families special moments, building long lasting memories.
The Axis Foundation has held eleven events raising more than £450,000 for charity.