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Sponsor a CEO

Posted on: 11 Jun 07


Those of you who know our CEO Paul Hartigan will realise that he is a keen cyclist (we have to repeatedly ask him not to turn up to customer meetings in some of his garishly coloured Lycra).
But this time, is he going too far? On June 28th, Paul will set off from Hampton Court, London, on a 3 day, 600km stage race from London to Paris (the L2P). Other riders will include top 1980s pro cyclist Sean Kelly, and European Classics star, Johann Museuw. This will ensure a pace designed to make the lesser rider suffer. So why bother? Well, the ride is designed as a sponsorship event to benefit three Children’s charities This year L2P will be supporting three charities: Morning Star Children’s Centre, a day care facility for babies and young children, often orphans, who are infected with HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Schools for Children of Cambodia, a British registered charity funding free education programs for over 2000 children in Cambodia. Christel House, a worldwide organisation helping children to break the cycle of poverty and become self-sufficient contributing members of their societies. So, here’s the thing – if you or your organisation is willing to sponsor Paul for any amount, large or small, then at least he will know his is suffering for a good cause. Paul knows he won’t win the race, but there is a competition for the most funds raised, so maybe he might win that with your help. Supporting organisations will be featured on You can sponsor Paul online at , or by sending a cheque to made payable to Schools for Children of Cambodia at the address below.


Last updated on: 27/08/2010 11:40:18

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