Chew has partnered with an eating disorder charity to raise awareness and funds
for the cause.
events company is joining forces with SEED (Support and Empathy for people with
Eating Disorders) as an ongoing charity party.
to provide a network of care, support and advice for individuals
personally affected by eating disorders as well as their carers and loved ones.
Chew has already
pledged to raise money for SEED through a series of activities, including a skydive.
Andy and Ellen from the Chew team have volunteered to take part in a 10,000-foot skydive this September. There’s an open call for volunteers to also take part
and raise money for SEED.
director Matt Curran, said: “We here at Chew are proud to be working in
partnership with SEED to ensure they can sustain the amazing and essential
services they provide to every person that needs them.”
upcoming fundraising events include a Golf Day and a Networking Evening later
this year. If you would like to take part, sponsor the event or donate an auction
prize, contact [email protected].
Gemma Oaten said: “So many people need us and with no government funding, we
rely solely on the kindness of our supporters and fundraisers to keep us doing
the life-saving work we do. To have a corporate partner is a lifeline not just
to us, but to all those who desperately need us.
Disorder Support Services was co-founded 22 years ago by my amazing parents
Marg Oaten MBE and Dennis Oaten, as they fought to save my life in the grips of
an eating disorder.
intervention was sadly not implemented back then due to lack of understanding and
awareness. This is why SEED was set up so that no family face the pain we did in
a far too often broken system.”