Warwickshire-based specialist façade contractor Alumet raised a total of £2,185 for Motor Neurone Disease Association through a number of fundraising events during 2010.
Managing director Gary Summers and sales director Dean Walton presented the cheque to MNDA’s corporate fundraising officer, Ben Sharpe after raising the money throughout the previous year.
Mr Sharpe said: “I would like to thank everyone at the Alumet group for all their support throughout 2010 and for the wonderful fundraising total that they achieved.
“The £2,185 will ensure that we can continue to provide essential support for people with Motor Neurone Disease.”
The company chose MNDA as their nominated charity after a friend of the company, Simon Adams was diagnosed with the disease.
Mr Summers said “We are very pleased to present our fundraising total to MNDA.”