Shredathon cheque

Humphreys Supporting local Charities

Humphreys like to give back to the local community by supporting local charities. Over the last few years Humphreys have supported

Watford Mencap

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Staff formed a band, The Sydney Road Gang to perform in Watford’s got Talent. Four ladies from the scanning department were accompanied on Guitar by Chairman Glynn Humphreys,

Peace Hospice Care,

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Shredathon week 2016 raised funds for the  Peace Hospice. Here Sales Manager Richard Walters and Scanning Bureau Manager Angelina Grasso are handing over the cheque to Vicki Luck from the Hospice.

DRUM Watford 

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The other charity to recieve money from Shredathon Week 2016 was Drum Watford. Seen here are Humphreys staff including Rob Anderson the person who first came up with the idea for Shredathon week back in 2010 is handing over the cheque to Sara from Drum Watford

and Mount Vernon Cancer Centre Charitable Trust.

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Our first Pop Up  Shredathon was held at Mount Vernon Hospital raising money for Mount Vernon Cancer Centre Charitable Trust, here Angelina Grasso our Scanning Bureau Manager is accompanied by colleague Richard Walters as they hand over the cheque to Liz Hizli from the trust.

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What our
customers say...

“this is a tremendous result and an incredible figure to raise for the Hospice.   The Shred-A-Thon has been really popular and people are already asking when it will run again.   Individuals and smaller organisations have been able to dispose of their confidential documents in a secure manner; whilst saving trees; and helping the Hospice to provide their services to patients and families across South West Hertfordshire. Humphreys support us in so many ways and, without help from companies like them, we would not be able to raise the £4m voluntary income we need each year”.