Investec Asset Management Project Consultants Charity Rowing Challenge 2019
JAC Group are getting ready to row down the Thames for the 4th straight year in the Rowing Challenge…but this year we are doing things a little differently.
The 2019 AHOY Meridian Pull is bringing together many professional teams involved in supporting Investec Asset Management in their office relocation to 55 Gresham Street. On the 7th August team ‘Project Newlands’ will be in the water raring to go under JAC’s captaincy. Project Newlands consists of the following: JAC, HLW, Hoare Lea, RLB, Parmarbrook, Chapel Foodservice Consultants, Twin & Earth, Mix Consultancy, Sandy Brown, Henigan Consulting Group, MLM Group, and Gerald Eve.
The Project Newlands boat will be racing along the River Thames passing major London landmarks, pulling along the 8.5 miles from Greenwich to Chelsea to raise funds for The AHOY Centre.
The AHOY Centre is a water sports based charity that uses sailing and rowing to help change the lives of disadvantaged, at-risk and disabled youth. They break down social barriers and organise innovative activities and courses. Through water sports the AHOY Charity Centre builds important, transferable and employable life skills while bringing together a community helping others. This yearly rowing challenge event provides vital funding to enable AHOY to continue their outstanding support.
We would be absolutely thrilled if you would like to get involved by helping JAC fundraise for this worthy cause. Our goal is to raise at least £2,000 which will go directly to The AHOY Centre.
Donate Here to support AHOY and get behind the Project Newlands team!
“The work the AHOY Centre charity is delivering on the River Thames is both innovative and inspiring. By working with those most in need of support they are helping those with disabilities and providing excellent diversionary activities for young people. Taking those most at risk off the streets and away from the path of negative and anti-social behaviour they provide extensive training and, most importantly, teach the citizenship & life skills that are fundamental tools for finding future employment”
– The Mayor of London