18 June 2019
FANCY running the Virgin London Marathon 2020 or, if cycling is your preferred sport, what about the Olympic legacy cycle event?
Embrace Child Victims of Crime has a compelling offer for corporate visitors to the global security event of the year, IFSEC, now on at London’s ExCel exhibition centre.
Places in the iconic sporting events are on offer in return for pledges to support children traumatised by serious crime.
“It’s a simple proposition,” explains Anne Campbell, Embrace’s CEO. “Companies simply promise to donate £1,000 a year for the next three years. In return, we promise to spend the money to support the recovery of young victims of serious crime.
“Being a member of this exclusive club brings other benefits – opportunities to get staff involved in our activities as well as priority news on events that are happening throughout the year across the UK,” explained Anne.
Organisations signing up for membership in support of Embrace, one of the UK’s most effective children’s charities, will be entered into a draw on Thursday (20 June) and announced at the charity’s stand.
Visit the Embrace team at Stand IF2456 to learn more and also about the few places that remain on their trek to Everest Base Camp and other ways in which to support their work to deliver emotional, practical and therapeutic services to some of the most vulnerable children in the UK.
Notes: Special Show prices are available for the Base Camp Trek and also if you book tickets or tables at the charity’s annual dinner, this year in the form of a Christmas Party at the In & Out Club in St James, London.
Media call: Anne Campbell and the charity team at IFSEC are available for interview. Please call 07815 310919 for details.
Embrace CVoC is adjacent The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals’ stand. They are being sponsored to attend by SSR Personnel, the HR partners for IFSEC 2019, by kind permission of Peter French, SSR’s managing director.