At the beginning of this month, we were pleased to be able to support a wonderful charity, Merlin’s Magic Wand. They are a children’s charity that supports children facing challenges such as serious illness, disability, or adversity; they believe that every child deserves to laugh and have enjoyable memories to cherish. At CAMA, we couldn’t agree more.
Merlin’s Magic Wand allows children to create special memories with their families by helping them to access Merlin Entertainments, which includes places such as LEGOLAND Parks and Peppa Pig World, along with a long list of other attractions.
As well as creating fun days out for children and their families, Merlin’s Magic Wand also works closely with hospitals, hospices, orphanages, and learning centres, around the world, to bring fun to those communities.
We got in touch with the team at Merlin’s Magic Wand because Warner Brothers recently set us the task of rehoming a number of items, including over 900 LEGO baseball caps that were from a previous campaign they had run. Warner Brothers wanted the hats to go to a new home rather than be disposed of, so we got in touch with the Merlin team.
Rachel Rawlings, from Merlin’s Magic Wand: “We were delighted when Darren got in touch to offer us a large donation of LEGO branded caps! Merlin’s Magic Wand are the dedicated children’s charity partner of Merlin Entertainments, working with Merlin attractions such as LEGOLAND, Thorpe Park and Madame Tussauds to support children who are facing significant challenges in their lives. This fantastic donation is going to provide a great incentive to get people involved in fundraising events, as well as going to some of the children that we support who I’m sure will absolutely love them! Thank you to everyone at CAMA for allowing these to be donated to the charity, we really appreciate your support!”
If you would like to hear more about the work we do to help businesses become more sustainable, while also supporting the work of some really wonderful charities, head over to our previous articles.