HAS Technology raises charity funds at NCASC 2018

Date: 06th Dec 2018

NCASC is a vital annual event for councillors, directors, senior officers, directors of public health, policy makers and service managers, plus any individuals or organisations with responsibilities for children and adults’ services in the statutory, voluntary and private sector.

During the three day conference and exhibition, HAS Technology brought together their technology solutions – PAMMS (Provider Assessment & Market Management), ARMED (Risk Management & Prevention and CM (Care Management Solutions).

In addition to discussing the vital role that technology can play in helping to cut costs, without reducing services, whilst increasing efficiencies; HAS Technology offered delegates the opportunity to donate to charity without costing them a penny by handing out charity tokens.

Using the tokens, visitors could choose to donate to one of three great charities; Scope (disability), the Honeypot Children’s Charity and Community Christmas. The money raised has now been distributed and all the charities are keen to pass on their thanks to the delegates that donated their tokens.

Roxanne Rosales at Scope said:

 “Thank you to everyone for your donation. This will make a valuable contribution towards our helpline costs.”

Clare Davis at Honeypot Children’s Charity said: 

“Thank you for the donation. Every amount enables us to help another child-carer to have a chance at a childhood and maybe change their lives forever.”  

Caroline Billington at Community Christmas said:  

“Thank you so very much for your kind donation – we operate on a very limited budget and this really does make a big difference to the work we do to help ensure no older person spends Christmas alone (unless they want to).”    

Further information on the HAS Technology solutions can be found here.

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