We’re delighted to report that the generous support from the Dashain Dash and throughout the years has lifted the fundraising total to £52,500 for The Gurkha Welfare Trust, which is a truly magnificent achievement.
A big thank you to the support of our customers Orbis Investment Advisory and Qubit. We are grateful too to Run & Become without which the logistics of the event would not be possible. Thanks also to Hyde Park for giving Vigilance the privileged run of such amazing parkland; to Gurkha Company Sittang; and the Welsh Guards, particularly our hare, Tom Evans, who took pace-setting at the front of the field to another level.
At Vigilance there will always be a strong focus to continue partnering with The Gurkha Welfare Trust. This allows us to give back to the communities which is so closely linked to many of our employees.
The continued support and charity has help us make the Dashain Dash a repeat fixture. If you have any suggestions as to how to make the run bigger and better, we’d love to hear from you.
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