Insurance Charities Awareness Week (ICAW) takes place from 20th - 24th
June throughout the UK and Ireland. The Charities will be sending out
complimentary display box/floor stands to the insurance sector to spread
awareness of their essential work by helping people who have worked in
the insurance industry who now need help themselves.
To participate email Emma Bangar email@example.com with your name and number of employees in your office so Emma can send you the appropriate box.
London Phoenix Orchestra
As part of this year’s Insurance Charities Awareness Week the London Phoenix Orchestra are holding an orchestral event on Thursday 23rd June in support of the Insurance Charities.
The event will
take place at Cadogan Hall in Chelsea, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are
available via Cadogan Hall website and are priced at £15 or £12 for
concessions. Further details can be found here
Lutine Ride4Life - Supporting Cancer Research UK
2016 Challenge – 1st July
Lutine is an MGA
underwriting group life and other scheme related risks and have
challenged themselves by cycling from their parent’s Yorkshire
operations hub to their London Cornhill office - in a day.
Gavin Pumford from Ryan Direct Group and Damien Natale from cycling
event organiser Allezsportives, they have set a target to reach
Leadenhall Market for a social Friday afternoon drink in ‘the Lamb’.
That’s starting very early in the morning….. and after some 180 miles on
Members will be able to follow progress on social media throughout the day to witness the pain unfold.
For more information on the challenge visit www.lutineride4life.co.uk and make a donation for a cause that touches us all.
Mark Rhodes Makes May Purple by Jumping Out of a Plane
insurance software specialists SchemeServe announced they were
supporting the Stroke Association’s ‘Make May Purple’ campaign, team
member Mark Rhodes simply had to get involved.
And promptly hurled himself out of a perfectly good aeroplane.
Having seen both
father and grandfather suffer from strokes, he’s witnessed first-hand
the devastating effects on both victim and close family.
announced they were supporting 'Make May Purple' I grabbed the
opportunity to help raise money for a truly deserving cause that touches
my heart,” Mark said.
A tester with
SchemeServe for the past three years, Mark took time away from the
office, taking to the skies, in suitably purple attire, for an
exhilarating tandem skydive; helping to raise funds in the Stroke
Association’s continuing efforts to combat these cruel and debilitating
If you’d like to support this important and potentially life-changing cause you can visit http://www.doitforcharity.com/mrhodes.