Bond Air Services raises over £5000 for cancer charity
Bond Air Services presented a UK cancer charity with cheque for over £5,000 at Gloucestershire Airport.
Staff at Bond Air Services in the UK have raised a total of £5,353 for CLIC Sargent through a variety of fundraising efforts over the course of this year.
The main fundraising efforts were the Nightrider 100km cycle across London, which was completed by Martin Bunce, the London Marathon run by Anthony Dowsing and Dave Malins, the Gloucester Dragon Boat Regatta and the proceeds from the company’s ‘tuck box’ scheme.
CLIC Sargent is a UK cancer charity for children and young people and their families.
Chris Greenhill, managing director of Bond Air Services, said: “I am delighted that we were able to make this contribution to a very worthy charity, the result of the hard work of many people across the company.”
Bond Air Services is part of Bond Aviation Group and is one of the largest operators of air ambulance and police helicopters in the UK. It has two headquarters in Gloucestershire and Glasgow.