PageGroup celebrates Purple People Day


By Sophie Tudor | Thursday 19 March 2015

On Friday 6 March, hundreds of PageGroup staff across the UK donned purple outfits to raise hundreds of pounds for our charity partner, Alzheimer’s Research UK. The company supported Alzheimer’s Research UK by wearing purple ties, sweaters, and shirts and selling purple-themed baked goods.


In May 2013, PageGroup pledged to fundraise £200,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK in a two-year partnership that funds two Research Scholarships in the dementia research field on PhD programmes.

PageGroup’s support aims to give a vital boost to Alzheimer’s Research UK, helping build capacity and strengthening the dementia research field by fostering new talent and bringing in bright, young researchers.

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Sophie Tudor

Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Sophie lives in East London and joined PageGroup in May 2014 in the Marketing Dept. She is responsible for PR in UK, Ireland, North America, Middle East and South Africa and managing the company’s charity partnership. Since starting her role at PageGroup, Sophie has helped the company fundraise over £100,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK and ensured employees are continually engaged in fundraising activities and initiatives. Sophie also organises PageGroup’s biggest annual fundraising event, the Yorkshire Three Peaks, which raised over £36,000 for dementia research last year in June.