Sercos 24hr cycling challenge
Serco is helping to raise money for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Charity Trust. The funds will be specifically dedicated to the Holt Wards new 1950s style sitting room and the Respiratory Equipment Fund.
Serco has arranged a 24hr cycling challenge in the restaurant on Thursday 19th February where participants will be invited to fill slots of 15 minutes to 10 hours to help benefit the hospital charity appeals.
Kang-Ting Lee, Contract Administrator and Health & Wellbeing lead commented: Serco understands the importance of Health and Wellbeing in promoting the welfare of our employees but we thought that a 24hr Bike Challenge would be a fantastic way to get the whole hospital involved, from Serco and Trust staff to visitors on the day! We hope the event will be fun, competitive and encourage more physical activity, as well as raising money for some very good causes!
We know what a wonderful job the hospital does every day for patients, staff and visitors and to emphasise the extraordinary partnership we have with NNUH , Serco has chosen to support two of the hospitals appeals. We are proud to be able to raise money for Holt Wards 1950s style sitting room and the Respiratory Equipment Fund. We hope everyone will get involved to help us reach our target!
As an added incentive anyone who completes a slot for 1 hour or longer, will receive a free meal from the restaurant courtesy of the Serco Catering Team. If you wish to donate to the worthy causes you can pledge at their Virgin Giving site www.virginmoneygiving.com/team/SercoNNUH
Louise Cook, NNUH Fundraising Manager said: We are really grateful to Serco for selecting two hospital projects to benefit from the fundraising. The Hospital charitable fund is delighted with the support that will come from this unique fundraising event.
For further information please contact KangTing.Lee@serco.com or to book a slot, please contact Ebody@norwich.serco.com
Media are welcome to attend for a photo on Thursday 19th February please contact Emma Jones to arrange.