Quintessentially Foundation has raised over £408k in aid of the Felix Project through its Eleventh Quintessentially Foundation Bike Ride in partnership with Velusso and sponsored by the MARC Group.
Last week, 53 cyclists from across the globe took on the challenge of cycling over 500km in soaring 40 degree+ temperatures over four days from Zagreb to Split in Croatia.
From this event, £408k has been raised by individual fundraising by the cyclists, adding to the £12 million which has been raised by the Foundation since its launch. Since 2008, over 4000 miles have been cycled and more than £3 million raised solely through the Bike Ride for 10 incredible charities.
Want to know more about Quintessentially Foundation and the great fundraising events that we do? Please get in touch at email@example.com. Our next event will be The World's Greatest Quiz this September.
In honour of National Picnic Day last week we put on a special spread for the team to start their weekends. Sadly the weather did not permit for an outdoor picnic so we had to improvise!
Last week our employee Friday bar was in support of an incredible charity one of our employees is supporting - Newborns Vietnam, a British charity based in Vietnam to save newborn lives. We hosted our very own charity gala alongside Cooks & Partners to raise money for this great cause.
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Quintessentially Foundation held our annual Fayre of St James’s on 27th November 2018 in aid of The Felix Project. With our employees, members and clients help we have so far managed to raise over £200,000 for this incredibly worthy cause.
The evening started with a magical carol concert in St James’s church with stars performing for over 600 guests including James Blunt, Alfie Boe, Carly Paoli and the London Oriana Choir, with Joanna Lumley, Daniel Mays and Tom Hardy giving readings. Moving onto Quaglino’s with a live band, DJ and Nyetimber flowing, the after party and silent auction raised over £100,000. Well done!
Fun in the sun for everyone who took part in the Dash For Felix charity event with Quintessentially