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Charity/Fund Raising

Psigma Foundation

We take pride and enjoy contributing to the community and encourage our colleagues to participate in supporting our chosen charities.

This year signifies the second year since the formal incorporation of the Psigma Foundation (‘the Foundation’). This is an independent charitable foundation that focuses our corporate philanthropic activity in support of small and personal charities, nominated each year by our colleagues.

After a great deal of consideration we chose to formally support the following charities for 2016.

Psigma Foundation (registered Charity Number 1163295)

 NAIT Babies

The Cure Parkinson's Trust
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To follow the progress of our colleagues charitable efforts and to support the Foundation, please visit our fundraising page.

This year's fund raising

'Sleep Out' for Restart Lives

On Thursday, 9th March 25 people ‘Slept Out’ in order to raise much needed funds and build awareness of Restart Lives.

A group of 25 volunteers slept outside at St Augustine Queens Gate, Kensington  with nothing more than a sleeping bag and a mat made out of plastic bags…
A big thank you for all the support and donations received for the Sleep Out event! The amount raised exceeds £2000.

As an inaugural event for the charity, it turned out to be a very successful night. There’s easily room for double the number of sleepers, so next year will be even bigger. If you’re interested please keep in touch and look out for updates.

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Charity Darts

In May, 17 teams of Psigma employees took to the oche to compete in the inaugural Psigma Foundation Darts Tournament. All had the Championship Shield in their sights as well as the glory of being crowned winners.

The event was a huge success and we are pleased to have raised over £1,600 for the Foundation. It was a fantastic night for both players and spectators alike.

Charity Football Tournament, Coram’s Field.

On August 3rd, four teams took part in a 5-A-Side Charity Football tournament to help Tom Becket, Psigma CIO celebrate twelve years at Psigma. All monies raised were donated to the Foundation.

The weather was superb for supporters, who gently sipped a cool beer whilst watching many a ‘trip, slip and the occasional goal’.  However, the beating sun resulted in an excessive amount of huffing and puffing amongst the participants and led to the number of players per team being increased (to reduce the running) and later halves shortened (again to reduce running)!

It was a great evening with team  Psigma Academical’s raising the ‘cup’.

Our sincere thanks to everyone for their generous donations. At the last count we raised a fantastic £1426.

Charity Pub Quiz

On Thursday 3rd November over 70 of our colleagues participated in an 8 round pub quiz, raffle and small auction at the Walkabout Bar on the Embankment. All monies raised were donated to the Foundation to be split between the three causes we are supporting.

The atmosphere was electric, with our CEO John Howard-Smith playing the quizmaster alongside Tim Gregory, who were kept busy hosting whilst trying to control the highly competitive, and occasionally unruly, contestants.

The night was a great success with ‘Team Useless’ taking the title and some well-deserved kudos. At the latest count we’d raised £1,252, which is a great achievement.

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Last year's achievements

Last year, our colleagues participated in a number of gruelling activities from triathlons to Iron Man competitions to raise money for our nominated charities. The culimination was our corporate challeage that took place in September and saw a team of 11 steely Psigma cyclists and three enthusiastic support van drivers complete the Waterloo (London) to Waterloo (Belgium) bike ride

Travelling 350km and burning around 12,000 calories, they endured mixed cycling conditions, a few minor dramas and had a lot of fun on the way. Most importantly however, with help from friends, family and colleagues we raised a total of over £8,000.

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