Crisis Square Mile Run, fundraising for a good cause

17 June 2016

17 June, 2016

Once again, CampbellReith has participated in the Crisis Square Mile Run, which has become an annual tradition. The run is organised by Crisis, a charity aiming to raise funds to provide education, employment and housing services for homeless people throughout the UK.

22 members of staff from the London and Surrey offices tied their trainers yesterday evening and joined hundreds of runners for the 4 mile run. It started in the surroundings of St Paul’s Cathedral in London, and then continued by both the North and South banks of the river Thames to finish on the North side of the Millenium Bridge.

CampbellReith staff has been raising funds through bake sales and donations during the past weeks. The cakes have been a good sugar and calorie supply to boost our team’s energy! While waiting for the total amount of money to be counted, above £850 have been raised already. Well done everybody!