Last month, a mixture of our clients, consultants and employees dusted off their glow sticks and whistles to take part in ISG’s annual charity spin class – Spin for Charity.
The ISG team at UCL Eastman Dental Institute (EDI) Relocation Project, Royal Free Hospital, recently volunteered at the Royal Free Hospital Children’s School, introducing pupils to a taste of construction through art.
The ISG team at 60 Whitfield Street in Fitzrovia recently volunteered at The Soup Kitchen, a local charity that provides free food and clothing to hundreds of homeless people in London.
Our team in the North West of England fired up the competition at the recent Salford dragon boat race to come in ninth and raise over £1,000 for charity.
ISG has made an important commitment to physical, mental and emotional health of its staff as it launches its new health and safety programme.
We’re excited to officially announce our UK charity partnership with Mental Health UK, which will run from 2019-2021.
Cycle for Charity returns, bigger, bolder and with a new charity partner! Taking place on Thursday 19 September, our second annual bike ride returns to the beautiful country roads of Oxford and Reading with two new challenging 40-mile and 74-mile routes.
Sweat, glow sticks, whistles and raising money for charity were the key ingredients for success at ISG’s first-ever #SpinforCharity event last month.
Twelve cycle challenges, 19 Macmillan neighbours, six treks, over 15,000 miles, 45 care packages, four golf days, two obstacle races, and even one very brave shaved head later, we have reached our £200,000 target.
ISG has volunteered to be the sole logistics partner for the Walking with The Snowman trail, which will see 12 beautifully decorated sculptures appear overnight on 21 November.