Hospice Isle of Man are over the moon to announce PwC Isle of Man have partnered up with them to support their Wild in Art 2022 trail; The Big Splash. This is the largest mass participation art event to ever come to the Isle of Man. This world-class public art trail will be live for 12 weeks from May – September 2022.
PwC Isle of Man are extremely proud to be supporting Hospice Isle of Man as a large dolphin sponsor, assisting them in their trail.
Paul Jones, Partner and Corporate Responsibility Leader of PwC Isle of Man said “We’re delighted to support Hospice Isle of Man in this event and the services they offer to those in need. Hospice is a charity close to many of our people’s hearts and The Big Splash is a unique and exciting initiative for us to be part of. Not only does it support the vital services Hospice provides, but it brings an exciting and fun art trail to our Island for the whole community to enjoy.
We are looking forward to summer 2022 already to get out and spot all the beautifully designed dolphins on the trail route.”
Chief Executive of Hospice Isle of Man, Anne Mills said “We are absolutely thrilled that PwC have chosen to partner up with The Big Splash. The PwC team are hugely supportive of the work we do here at Hospice Isle of Man, and we cannot thank them enough for supporting us in this next great adventure.
The whole Hospice team cannot wait for next summer to arrive so we can all enjoy an art trail that everyone will remember, and we just know that with companies behind us, such as PwC, it will all help make The Big Splash 2022 a huge success.”
More than 30 individually designed dolphin sculptures will form a trail of discovery across the Island next spring, encouraging residents and visitors to the Isle of Man to explore the environment from an exciting new perspective – while promoting wellbeing and an active lifestyle. Each of these sculptures will be sponsored by businesses such as PwC and additional partners such as BSM and the Isle of Man Arts Council, who will benefit from a range of PR opportunities prior to and throughout the trail itself.
The Big Splash project team is keen to connect with other businesses across the Island. With their confirmed Education Project Partner, Sculpture Sponsors and a significant number of ongoing conversations taking place, the project is proving to be popular.
Pictured (L-R) Amy Gordon, Advisory Senior Associate of PwC, Liz Moore, Client Account Executive Manager of PwC, Anne Mills, Chief Executive of Hospice Isle of Man, Jenni Radcliffe, Marketing Manager of PwC and Paul Jones, Partner & Corporate Responsibility Leader of PwC