OUR CHARITY WORK
At Postgrad Solutions we think it is really important to show support for charity.
This summer 2016 our Sales Director Mike Dingle took part in the gruelling yet stunning 300-mile Cornish Coastal Challenge to raise over 10K for the RNLI. Go Mike!
Our chosen charity is Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). This charity raises money to enable Great Ormond Street Hospital to provide world-class care for its patients and their families. The money also helps the children’s hospital pioneer new treatments and cures for childhood illness.
Postgrad Solutions has previously held a fundraising week where each member of our team took part in a sponsored event to raise funds for our chosen charity. We also made a contribution to GOSH from our profits during the month that our fundraising week took place. We are planning on holding another fundraising week soon - watch this space!
Postgrad Solutions makes a regular monthly donation to this charity.
If you would like to sponsor any of our activities please Contact Us.
© 2007 Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Registered Charity no. 235825
Sam Ross and Sandy Bhangal spent 5 hours completing the 15-mile long Jubilee Walk around London, ending up outside Great Ormond Street Hospital. So far they have raised over £365!
Mike Dingle completed the Plymouth Half Marathon in an impressive 1 hour 51 minutes. This involved running for 13.1 miles, and according to Mike it is one of the hardest half marathons to do as it is rather hilly!
Katherine Mann and Charlotte King cycled from London to Windsor in 4 hours. Their planned 37-mile route was slightly longer than they anticipated as they took a wrong turn at Egham and ended up battling their way up a rather large hill for no reason... Katherine's attempt to get into the Duke of York's residence was probably the highlight of the trip! They have raised £830.
Rob Houghton swam the length of the English Channel (yes that is an impressive 21 miles) in a swimming pool in just 11 hours and 45 minutes. He's now known as 'The Fish', although he's unlikely to be going swimming again any time soon! Rob has raised £490.