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London Luton Airport raises £30,000 for NOAH Enterprise

London Luton Airport raises £30,000 for NOAH Enterprise

2011 was a successful year for London Luton Airport, working in partnership with local social welfare charity NOAH (New Opportunities and Horizons) Enterprise, to raise a magnificent total of £30,000.

» Airports - UK | Monday, January 30, 2012 • Air News Times
Airport staff members undertook a range of activities to support NOAH as their Charity of the Year including volunteering, a quiz night, charity collections, clothes recycling, cake baking and carol singing.  A notable highlight was November’s “Big Help Week”, a community-wide appeal which encouraged local people to donate unwanted quality saleable items which could then be resold in NOAH’s charity shops.

Jim O’Connor, Chief Executive at NOAH Enterprise said:

“The association has been immensely rewarding in so many ways for NOAH. Above all, the involvement of members of London Luton Airport’s staff team in various ways has, on every occasion, been a cause for joy. From the involvement of staff who provided hands-on support whether in decorating or professional advice, and those who have visited and taken the opportunity to see something of what we do and been affected by that, the relationship has been first class and it has been a real pleasure, and something we will treasure, to be involved with.”

Sian Pearce, Community Relations Executive at London Luton Airport said:

‘It’s fantastic that we were able to work to support NOAH with a range of activities to either raise funds or give practical help. NOAH provides such a valuable service to the local community; we are delighted to have raised such a fantastic amount to support their work. Thank you to all Airport colleagues for their tireless support and dedication in supporting this cause”.
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