Rentokil Initial raises more £100,000 for charity
Published: February 17, 2017 by Neil Nixon
Rentokil Initial has raised more than £100,000 for the company’s chosen charity, Malaria No More UK, in the past three years. The company and its employees achieved this milestone through a wide variety of events and fundraising activities - from marathons to car washes, challenges to car boot sales, and even a gruelling three-day cycle ride from the Rentokil Initial HQ in Camberley to Paris.
Phill Wood, managing director, UK, Ireland, Baltics and rest of world, Rentokil Initial, said: “As a global leader in pest control and washroom hygiene, Malaria No More UK is an important organisation for Rentokil Initial to support. We are delighted to contribute to such a great cause and our colleagues look forward to taking part in further challenges in the future.”
Malaria No More UK is part of the global effort to wipe out malaria and there has been phenomenal progress in recent years with deaths from malaria slashed by 60% since 2000. The charity works to save lives by building business partnerships, encouraging governments to place malaria at the top of their international development agendas, and through investing in lifesaving malaria control programmes in sub-Saharan Africa, currently in Kenya and Namibia.
For more information visit: http://www.initial.co.uk