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2015 Archive

Spreading Christmas cheer across our communities

Posted on December 8, 2015 by Lisa Hammerton
Each of our office locations has a community fund which supports local charities, community groups, projects and initiatives. Read more about how we've helped our communities this Christmas. Read more

Helping our employees to buy their first home

Posted on December 7, 2015 by Laura Miller

We're dedicated to supporting our people and helping them to succeed, not only in their role, but outside of work too.

We know that buying your first home is something that many people strive to achieve, but the need for a large deposit can make it difficult to get on the property ladder.

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A day in the life of a Brainwave physiotherapist

Posted on November 27, 2015 by Lisa Hammerton

Working with charitable causes that help people to manage health conditions on a daily basis is an important part of Simplyhealth.  We want to make a difference to the lives of those our partner charities support and to understand how our donation is making an impact. 

This year, we supported Brainwave, a charity that aims to improve children's mobility, communication skills and learning potential, through a range of educational and physical therapies.

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Supporting employee development at Simplyhealth

Posted on November 24, 2015 by Laura Miller
At Simplyhealth we have nearly 1,400 employees carrying out a variety of roles across four offices in Andover, Leeds, Manchester and Winchester. We're keen to support each and every one of our employees and give them as many opportunities as possible to develop their career. Here, Louise Honeybun explains how she found the career path for her with support from Simplyhealth.  Read more

The day we went to No 10

Posted on November 19, 2015 by Wendy Cummins

As Charitable Giving Executive, I've been very lucky on a number of occasions to see how our donations of our partner charities make a difference and have also been invited to some wonderful charity events. These have been in a number of different venues and locations including respite centres, schools, rehabilitation centres and buses! 

On this occasion, Sarah Ford, Matthew Main and I received an invite to No 10 Downing Street from Mrs Samantha Cameron, Patron of Revitalise, a charity which provides respite breaks and holidays for people with disabilities and for carers. This was to celebrate the launch of its new Impact Reports and a new survey highlighting the enormous benefits of volunteering.

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