Buckingham company Racelogic has donated £1,000 to Winslow-based charity Alec’s Angels.
Every year, the firm, based at the Swan Business Centre, holds a Christmas raffle for its staff, with the proceeds going to a local charity.
And this year, the board of directors agreed to match the amount raised.
Racelogic designs and manufactures electronic systems to measure, record, display, analyse and simulate data from moving vehicles,
Alec’s Angels was founded by Brian Jarvis in 2010, after his son Alec died as a result of a brain tumour.
Originally given only weeks to live, Alec eventually passed away nearly a year after his original diagnosis.
His fortitude and concern for other sick children now lives on in the form of the charity named after him, which aims to raise funds in support of other children and families facing childhood cancer.
Alec’s Angels organises a number of fundraising events throughout the year, including a full-scale It’s A Knockout competition in Winslow.
Racelogic staff will be entering a team next summer. See www.alecsangels.co.uk