No soggy bottoms at charity coffee and cake morning

Word Worker press release

The team at Wiltshire automotive learning and developing agency RTS Group swapped cars for cakes to take part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning for the cancer charity Macmillan.

This was the third year running that RTS Group, which has around 50 staff at its headquarters in Notton, near Chippenham, has supported the annual event. The team and their families, who came along to join in, raised £150 by munching their way through homemade cakes and downing tea and coffee.

Emma Tozer, HR adviser at RTS, which specialises in developing people within automotive manufacturers’ retail networks, said the coffee morning was just one element of the company’s corporate social responsibility policy (CSR) which is being developed.

“We’ve just set up a CSR committee and have seven volunteers who have joined, who will be looking at ways we can support the community we are based in and the sector we work in,” she said. “We’ve always been involved in supporting charities, and supporting our staff who want to do charity or volunteering work, but our CSR committee means we can have a more formal approach.”

For more information about RTS Group, visit www.rtsgroup.com. To find out about the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning visit https://coffee.macmillan.org.uk/