KIND-hearted employees from one of Huddersfield’s biggest companies have raised cash for the Laura Crane Trust.
The staff from Syngenta pay cash direct from their wages into the Syngenta Employees Charity Fund.
The company then matches the tally raised.
The most recent amount raised is £1,200, which has been presented to the Huddersfield-based Laura Crane Trust.
Several charities and good causes benefit in this way over the course of a year.
Laura Crane Trust regional events and community fundraiser Sarah Webb said: “It is very kind of people to give money to charity like this.”
Laura Crane died from a complex mix of four types of cancer two weeks after her 17th birthday in May 1996.
The trust, dedicated to helping cancer in young people, was founded by Laura’s mother, Jacquie Roeder, of Edgerton.