Thursday, March 23, 2023

Huddersfield printers row Loch Ness for Yorkshire charity

Members of the team at Huddersfield-based digital printers Aura Print will be rowing Loch Ness, a return distance of 54 miles, in support of The Howarth Foundation.

The fundraising event will take place on 24 & 25 June 2023, with all proceeds going to the charity.

The Howarth Foundation, a West Yorkshire charity based in Cleckheaton, provides essential support to the rehabilitated homeless, helping them find full-time employment. Their services include mental health support, medical expenses, household necessities, and occasional financial support to cover living expenses until clients receive their first salary. The charity also offers training courses and support for travel, meals, and clothing expenses.

As a business Building Futures member of The Howarth Foundation, Aura Print has supported the charity for many years. The digital printers are now calling on sponsors and donors to help them raise funds for this worthy cause. There are three different sponsorship packages available for businesses looking to show their support.

“We are delighted to be able to support The Howarth Foundation through this exciting challenge,” said Zoey Robins, marketing & content executive of Aura Print. “The work that the charity does to support the homeless community in West Yorkshire is incredibly important, and we want to help them provide a private sector solution to this public sector problem in any way we can.”

To support Aura Print’s Loch Ness row and help raise funds for this incredible charity, please visit

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