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The Psigma Foundation Fundraising Page

Gareth Mason, Psigma Investment Management, Harry Schofield, Sara Walsh

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About the Psigma Foundation

We take pride and enjoy contributing to the community and encourage our colleagues to participate in supporting our chosen charities.

This year signifies the second year since the formal incorporation of the Psigma Foundation (‘the Foundation’). This is an independent charitable foundation that focuses our corporate philanthropic activity in support of small and personal charities, nominated each year by our colleagues.

After a great deal of consideration we chose to formally support the following charities for 2016/17.

Our Next Big Fundraising Events:

London Office - Sponsored Bike Ride, Cherbourg to France

June 1st see's The Mighty XV from Psigma cycle the coast of Normandy in France, from Cherbourg to Dieppe, taking in the D-Day landing beaches for inspiration. The cyclists will be hoping for sunshine and low winds, as they cover a distance of 330km across three days and raise money for the Psigma Foundation.

Edinburgh Office - Sponsored Bike Ride, Newcastle to Edinburgh

Cycling from 'the fog on the Tyne' to the 'Sunshine on Leith'! Richard Hyder, Simon Kay and Tim Wishart from Psigma’s Scottish Office are cycling between Newcastle and Edinburgh the two most northerly Punter Southall offices on the 5th and 6th August to raise money for the Psigma Foundation. They will be covering 250kms over two days taking in the beautiful Northumbrian coast, before heading through the Cheviot Hills to the Scottish Borders. Once in Scotland they will follow the river Tweed to Innerleithen before heading through the Moorfoot Hills to Edinburgh.

Past Fundraising Endeavours during 2016/17:

2017 London Marathon

On Sunday 23 April, three brave souls from Psigma’s London office, along with Psigma veteran Tim Gregory, fearlessly took on the Virgin London Marathon.

Harry Schofield, investment manager, agreed to run the marathon for the first time after ‘a few too many’ with Tim. They both ran for Cure Parkinson’s Trust, part of the Psigma Foundation and a charity also close to Harry’s heart.

Nathan Hull, business development executive, had the privilege of being the first person to represent Age UK Essex in the marathon. Despite rupturing his knee at mile three, Nathan heroically soldiered on through the remaining 23 miles, completing the race in a successful, albeit painful, 7 hours.

Joining them was Andy Bresnahan from the operations team, running for the Psigma Foundation which supports three small charities nominated by Psigma colleagues.

Between them, the team raised over £10,000 for their chosen charities. Huge congratulations to Tim, Harry, Nathan and Andy!

Sleep Out, Kensington

On Thursday 9th March 2017 our colleague, Martin Van Zyl participated in a sleep out, the aim of the event was to raise funds and create awareness so that Restart can expand their operation to rehome and create employment opportunities for any homeless person.

The volunteers only had access to a sleeping bag and a piece of cardboard outside the location, St Augustine Queens Gate, Kensington, which is also where Restart hosts a meal every Saturday evening. 25 people took part in the event with 4 volunteers taking watch through the night.

  • Sleep Out, Kensington raised in excess of £2,000
  • Charity Darts Tournament, City raised £1,600
  • Charity Football Tournament, Coram’s Field raised £1,426
  • Quiz Night, Walkabout Embankment raised £1,252

Our three chosen charities are extremely grateful and appreciative of all our fundraising efforts. The monies raised is being put to excellent use. Look out for our fund raising summary later in the year.

Thank you for visiting us at Virgin Money Giving.  Through this page, you can sponsor us in our charitable efforts and donations will be processed quickly and efficiently to our chosen charities. Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim gift aid on a charity's behalf, where the donor is eligible. We appreciate your support and thank you in advance for your donations.

Psigma Foundation (registered Charity Number 1163295)





Recent donors

23.06.17 Well done fantastic!

19.06.17 Sorry its a bit late but as they say every little helps

15.06.17 well done Matthew and the rest



10.06.17 Well done Matthew!

08.06.17 Well done Matt, look forward to hearing all about it!

08.06.17 Well done Matt and team - great effort hope you enjoyed it. Craig, Clare, Kyle and Keagan

07.06.17 Well done old boy!

07.06.17 Well done team!... proud of you all! xxx

07.06.17 Well done Uncle Matthew and the whole Team Psigma. Now for the recovery strategy.


06.06.17 Well done Andy

06.06.17 Good luck Matt


05.06.17 Well done Pip and team Psigma!

05.06.17 What a great challenge to bicycle from Newcastle to Edinburgh. I would be pressed to bicycle the 25 miles from Biggar to Edinburgh!

05.06.17 Darrell Well done - looks an excellent tour

05.06.17 Very well done to the entire PSigma team, particularly those in the over 50s category... from Sue and John W


05.06.17 Good luck, Tim and colleagues


05.06.17 Looks from the pictures like you all had lots of cheese and a decent bottle or two of plonk on the way round!!! Lord Shoffers and Lord Mercer old beans men ( young and old ) in Lycra not a great look!!!! I now need therapy.. Well done OB x

05.06.17 Well done Darrell and the team and hope sitting at your desks this morning is not causing too much discomfort ! Sean

05.06.17 well done to Team PSigma


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