Brainwave receive donation from Thomas Cook Children's Charity

UK based airline, Thomas Cook Airlines, have made the donation through their grant-making organisation, Thomas Cook Children’s Charity. Thomas Cook Station Manager at Manchester Airport, Jo Bagley, nominated Brainwave for the donation.

Development Manager for Brainwave, Carole Headley, said:

We cannot thank the staff and customers at Thomas Cook Children’s Charity enough for their generous donation. The equipment will be benefitting the children directly and will allow us to continue our individualised support for every child.

Station Manager, Jo Bagley, who nominated Brainwave, said:

I have seen the good work that Brainwave has been doing to support children and families.  I am really pleased that my nomination was accepted and now Thomas Cook can help to support their work. 

Thomas Cook Children’s Charity raises money through both staff and customer donations, and have been doing so since the organisation was set up in 2009. The charity help to support local, national and international charities by donating grants. Thomas Cook Airlines are the largest direct carrier to the USA from Manchester Airport and are part of the Thomas Cook Group.

Carole Headley, Development Manager at Brainwave pictured with Ben Todd, Head of Communications,UK  and Sarah Wright, Group Cabin Training Co-ordinator, Cabin Services from Thomas Cook Airlines based at Manchester Airport.