This summer Russell Miles spent time at Glastonbury and we gave him additional leave to do so!
Russell Miles is a Supply Chain Manager in our Wine and Spirits team at Head Office.
This summer he spent four days as part of the Recycling Crew at the Glastonbury festival on behalf of the Bhopal Medical Appeal.
Russell was tasked with collecting litter for four days from 06:00am to 12:00pm. It was the first time Russell had volunteered to clear the famous festival’s site but he wasn’t on his own, there were hundreds of people involved in Recycling and he joined the Pyramid Stage Crew which was approximately 100 people split into four teams.
Russell still had to pay for his Glastonbury ticket however all the money went to his chosen charity rather than the festival organisers.
And it wasn’t a ‘rubbish’ way to experience the festival - Russell assured us it was great fun and that he’d do it all over again.
Harvey Nichols is proud to work with Alzheimer’s Society as our charity partners until 2024.
Alzheimer’s Society will work with their sister charity Alzheimer Scotland to allow all our team to participate in fundraising activity across the UK.
Together, through our partnership, we will raise funds to support the work they do.
Alzheimer’s Society are committed to providing a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone impacted by dementia.
Our fundraising will help people living with dementia and their loved ones access the ongoing support and reassurance they need, through the services provided by Alzheimer’s Society.
It will also support the leading scientists in cutting edge research and work with policy makers to push for much needed societal change in dementia care.
Harvey Nichols Dublin is proud to work with Little Blue Heroes Foundation.
Little Blue Heroes Foundation is a not-for-profit charity operated entirely by volunteers made up of Garda members/staff, retired Garda members, their families, friends and civic minded people from communities. It aims to help families in need from local communities in Ireland who have children undergoing long-term medical treatment for serious illness.