Total raised so far£0.00

Total plus Gift Aid: £0.00


Raised offline: £0.00

Team story

[p]As part of our ethos of charitable giving, an eager team of 10 Wogeners will be taking on the Lake District 24 Peaks challenge. To give some context the Lake District 24 Peaks challenge is a two day challenge over a total walking distance of 51km with the average walking times being day one 12-14 hours (6am start, 6-8pm finish) and day two 10-12 hours (7am start, 5-7pm finish). Each team member will be raising funds in their individual capacity which the Wogen Anniversary Trust will very kindly be matching £1 for £1. The team will also be asking for corporate sponsorship from our customers, suppliers and service providers.[/p][p]As we are fundraising both personally and on a corporate level we have selected a combination of charities that are both personal to the team and to our jobs. [/p][p]· Hope for Tomorrow provides mobile cancer units in the UK bringing treatment and care to those who really need it and who may be unable to travel long distances. This service has been a great help to one of the team’s family members.[/p][p]· JDRF is a charity that funds applied research looking to find not just a cure for type 1 diabetes but to seek to eradicate this serious condition that afflicts millions of people around the world including one of the team members. [/p][p]· The Cardinal Hume charity is trying to solve the growing problem of homelessness in Westminster where Wogen’s head office is. As team members we see the escalating problem of homelessness on our streets first-hand for ourselves every day. [/p][p]· Africa Tikkun focuses on children with the mantra "cradle to career" through funding various micro projects in South Africa to help destitute and poverty stricken youngsters to develop themselves into economically empowered people. South Africa is a country where we do a lot of commodity related business.[/p][p]We have set ourselves a total fundraising goal (i.e. from individuals, the Wogen Anniversary Trust matching and corporate level sponsorship) of £20,000. We ask for your donations, no matter how big or small, in sponsoring our challenge and in supporting these worthwhile causes. [/p]

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Jul 5, 2019


So so sorry this is late John, but congratulations on the massive amount you have all raised. What a brilliant job done and for such great charities. With love from the whole Dwan clan xxx


plus £9.00 Gift Aid

Jun 29, 2019

Dave Ingall

terrific effort - very difficult, very well done!


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Jun 25, 2019

Jules Nathalie and Gwyneth


Jun 25, 2019


Good luck, Rigobert


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Jun 18, 2019


Great result. You should all feel proud of yourselves.


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Jun 16, 2019

The Fitt Family

Well Done Sophie and team!!


plus £3.75 Gift Aid

Jun 13, 2019

Alan S

Good Luck all.


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Jun 13, 2019

Johnny JP

Well done Wallace! Lonach Highlanders would be proud!


plus £6.25 Gift Aid

Jun 13, 2019

Rachael Jonathan

Great causes!


Jun 11, 2019


Andy - you are my hero


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Andy Taylor

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Robert Wallace

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Sarah Grigson

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James Macfarlane

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Megan Ameye

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Sophie Rainer

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Kenta Brown

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John Craig

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Tabitha Duncan

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Joseph Francis

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