The temporary traffic management company will raise money throughout the year for Macmillan Cancer Support, with various fundraising events in the calendar to help them towards their target of £10,000.

Highway Traffic Management (HTM), a leading provider of traffic management solutions, is proud to announce its partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support as its designated Charity of the Year for 2024.

Macmillan Cancer Support is a renowned charity dedicated to providing practical, emotional, and financial support to people affected by cancer. Their comprehensive range of services aims to ensure that no one faces cancer alone, offering assistance to patients, families, and caregivers throughout their cancer journey.

“We are delighted to announce Macmillan Cancer Support as our Charity of the Year,” said Marcus Casey, Business Director at Highway Traffic Management. “Cancer is a disease that affects millions of lives worldwide, and the work done by Macmillan in providing crucial support and resources is truly commendable. At HTM, we are committed to supporting their cause and making a meaningful difference in the lives of those impacted by cancer.”

HTM employees voted for their charity of the year from a number of national charities, with Macmillan having the majority of votes from the workforce. With so many people impacted by this terrible disease, the company are hoping to raise £10,000 through a number of activities and events across the year that will help make a substantial difference to the lives of those impacted by cancer.

“We already have a team of some 15 HTM employees taking part in the Summer Wolf Run in June and have other plans in the diary for ways to raise money for this fantastic cause,” commented Marketing & Communications Manager, Flora Donnelly.

The Summer Wolf Run will see participants complete a 10k run which features an array of obstacles set in the wild springs and dense woodlands of the grounds of the Stanford Hall estate in Leicestershire, including a landslide waterslide stretching over 100ft and the notorious ‘mud sucker’ obstacle that is not for the faint-hearted. By working together as a community, HTM aims to raise awareness, funds, and support for individuals and families impacted by cancer.

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