Employees at NSF Health Sciences’ Yorkshire, UK office teamed up with other community members and businesses to help local radio station Minster FM collect Easter eggs from around the community and deliver them to local charities focused on helping underprivileged children thrive in the community.

“The people of North Yorkshire are very generous, as are the NSF Health Sciences’ staff here in Yorkshire. Because of this effort, over 1,000 children who would not normally receive any treats will now enjoy a chocolate egg this Easter!” said, Pete Gough, Executive Director of Pharma Biotech, NSF Health Sciences UK.

In addition to community events like this, the NSF Health Sciences team in Yorkshire support one charity a year, helping to raise money and provide volunteer support in any way possible. In previous years, the team provided this support for Macmillan Nurses and Yorkshire Air Ambulance. This year, the team chose the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), which are committed to saving lives by providing 24/7 lifeboat search and rescue services around the UK and Ireland.