Many of you will know that Viveri Group provides #digitalfundraising services to some of the UK’s leading charities. But you may not know that our employees and shareholders demonstrate their commitment to the charity sector via their pro-bono work for three fabulous charities
Our very own Shane Leahy is the founder of One 4 Humanity, a humanitarian organisation which provides assistance to victims of armed conflicts and natural disasters. Since the war in Ukraine, Shane has been actively involved in humanitarian aid in the field and his work has recently featured in The Sunday Times.
Viveri’s Chief Commercial Officer, Beverley Brookes, has been a Board Trustee for Worldwide Cancer Research since 2019. This amazing charity raises funds to start cures for cancer. It funds pioneering discovery research into any type of cancer, anywhere in the world. Every year it funds projects to the value of £6m and has so far supported £200m in cancer research projects worldwide. Beverley’s experience in the media charity market (via large-scale broadcast appeals on behalf of TV and radio groups) means she is well placed to advise on strategic direction in the digital landscape, with a focus on digital fundraising technologies.
Our Business Development Director, Victoria Hull, is Chair of the Board of Trustees for East Anglian DriveAbility, which provides assistance, reassurance and support to people of all ages to gain or retain independent mobility by providing high quality information, advice and assessments. Ten years ago, Victoria’s young son also suffered a stroke following open heart surgery, so she has first-hand experience of how incidents such as these can impact the individual and those around them. After recently graduating from the University of Gloucestershire with an MBA and being accredited as a Chartered Manager by the Chartered Management Institute, Victoria is using her skillset and personal experience to improve and future-proof the services provided by EAD.