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All Health Matters Sponsors Canterbury Christ Church University Vice-Chancellor's Business Games

We are thrilled to announce that All Health Matters(AHM) is a gold sponsor of this year's Canterbury Christ Church University Vice-Chancellor's Business Games taking place in July. As an occupational health company in Kent committed to fostering a culture of wellbeing, this sponsorship represents our dedication to promoting healthy, active lifestyles within the workplace and beyond.

Close up of a woman tying the laces of her purple trainer.
The AHM team are lacing up their trainers for the VC Business Games in Canterbury this July

The Vice-Chancellor's Business Games is a light-hearted, inclusive sporting event that brings together industry professionals for a day of competition and camaraderie. Now in its third year, the games include a range of activities from thrilling relay races to strategic tug-of-war battles, offering a fantastic opportunity for networking and team-building.

"Our participation in the Vice-Chancellor's Business Games highlights our commitment to promoting employee wellbeing and developing a healthy workplace," said Alice Monk (she/her), Communications Director and AHM's Business Games Team Captain. "This event not only provides our team with an excellent opportunity to bond and be active but also allows us to connect with other like-minded businesses that prioritise their employees' health. Bring on the competition and let's make a positive impact together!"

This year's games also support a noble cause, with proceeds going to the Kent MS Therapy Centre. This aligns with our values of supporting community initiatives and demonstrates our commitment to corporate social responsibility.

We are excited to join the spirited competition and networking opportunities at the Vice-Chancellor's Business Games. We believe that such initiatives are vital for nurturing team spirit and promoting a balanced lifestyle, and are a key part of a holistic occupational health strategy. All Health Matters is proud to be at the forefront of supporting events that align with our mission of enhancing workplace health.




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