Mercer & Hole ‘Acts of Kindness’ team shares fruit picking fun
Staff at Mercer & Hole tucked into wild blackberries after one of the team spotted an early crop close to the office. Debbie Bigg, who is working with the marketing team, decided to pick them for her colleagues to enjoy, inspired by the firm of Chartered Accountants’ ‘25 Acts of Kindness campaign’, which celebrates 25 years of the firm having an office in Milton Keynes.
The blackberries were left in the kitchen for staff to help themselves to. The Mercer & Hole team have also been encouraged to bring in excess produce, such as windfall apples or a glut of home-grown tomatoes to share with colleagues in the spirit of goodwill generated by the campaign.
Beyond the office, there’s a host of other ‘Acts of Kindness’ taking place within the local community, where both partners and staff are throwing themselves into a wide range of generous and thoughtful acts. Keep posted to find out more.
Date: 13th August, 2014
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