Open GI smash charity target for Libby Mae’s Little Angels

Local technology company, Open GI, smash charity target for Libby Mae
Pictured: Chris Guillaume, Group CEO, presents the cheque to Richard and Charlotte Sharratt, founders of the charity Libby Mae’s Little Angels

Market-leading technology provider, Open GI, has raised an astonishing £19,432.05 for corporate charity partner of the year, Libby Mae’s Little Angels.

Each year, Open GI pledge to support a worthy cause and at the start of 2014, Libby Mae’s Little Angels was nominated. An initial target of £7,500 was set, however through a continuous stream of events including a summer fete, charity car wash, sporting events, dress down days and cake sales, have raised the phenomenal sum of £19,432.05.

Libby Mae’s Little Angels became a registered charity in July 2013. The charity was set up with the primary objective of raising funds to supply resources for Neo Natal Units across the Midlands. Every hospital has a Neo Natal Unit that provides expert, round-the-clock care for newborn babies who are ill or born prematurely.

Chris Guillaume Group CEO commented:

“We’re delighted to have raised such vital funds for Libby Mae’s Little Angels and hope our contribution will continue to allow them to provide key resources and support to Neo Natal Units throughout the Midlands. I would like to thank each and every staff member involved who worked tirelessly to continue to raise money for this chosen charity throughout 2014.”

For more information about Open GI:

Helen Andrews
Group Head of Marketing & PR

Notes to Editors:

Open GI is the leading technology partner to general insurance brokers in the UK and Irish markets. Its Core broking platform provides multi-line, multi-channel, multi-brand trading capability complemented by innovative ecommerce and mobile technologies. Open GI is part of the Open International Group alongside sister companies PowerPlace, Open GI London and Blue Fire Communications.