Re-flow | The Cheese Grater and Gherkin – a Recipe for Fundraising Success
On Sunday 10th September, Managing Director of QMS, Greg Clark, will be taking on the challenge of running up all 42 floors of the Leadenhall building (affectionately known as the Cheese Grater), and then either abseiling or zip wiring across to the Gherkin – all while dressed as Superman – in the name of supporting Tommy’s.
Tommy’s is a charity that is pioneering research to prevent pregnancy complications, stillbirth, miscarriage and premature birth, as well as providing expert, midwife-led advice for parents before, during and after pregnancy.
Greg said: “Over the years, my family has dealt with cot deaths, premature fatalities and miscarriages which has been devastating to all. I am due to become a grandfather in the next few weeks for which I am extremely excited about and I wanted to do my bit to support Tommy’s and the amazing work that they do!”
Re-flow Field Management have donated £100 in aid of the cause and are encouraging others to do so.
Mike Saunders, CEO and Founder of Re-flow said: “As one of our long-standing and loyal customers, we wanted to support Greg and help raise awareness for a great cause. I have also completed a physical challenge for charity, so I understand this is no mean feat, and it makes me tired just thinking about what lies ahead. We wish Greg good luck raising the total and ask anyone who can to donate to this great cause.”
If you would be willing to donate any amount or want to know more about the challenge go to the JustGiving page.