UK Technology provider Novatech Ltd has recently won the “Outstanding Contribution Award” from local charity Friends Fighting Cancer.

Friends Fighting Cancer was founded in 2009 and supports local families who are going through one of the toughest times in their lives through a grant-giving service. 

The FFC offer grants to people affected by cancer in the Portsmouth and Southampton areas. Families can use the funds to help with anything they are struggling to find the money for. The funds range from £100 to £1000. 

Portsmouth technology firm Novatech has been working closely with FFC over the last year and will continue supporting the charity into 2020 by sponsoring some of their upcoming sporting events. 

Throughout 2019 Novatech have supported the charity through being the official sponsorship partner for a number of their events, including being the headline sponsor of their Charity Boxing event called Fighting for Cancer back in October.

Ray from the charity commented about Novatechs support saying “Novatech have given us some fantastic support for local events recently and are already helping us with future events at the end of this year and into 2020. It's great to have a partnership with a local business and their work has been acknowledged with this Outstanding Contribution Award recently at our Awards Event"

In the upcoming weeks, Novatech will be donating a number of their new Reign Gaming PCs to the Children’s ward at QA Hospital in Cosham in collaboration with Friends Fighting Cancer. 

Charmaine Budd, Marketing at Novatech commented "Supporting such a fantastic local charity has been great and it’s amazing to see that our contributions have been noticed by us winning the award” 

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