Fusion Occupational Health’s Charity Work in 2019

The team at Fusion Occupational Health often give advice on how organisations can create workplace occupational health events to improve the physical health and wellbeing of employees.

But we also like to keep fit ourselves. And last year, we combined keeping fit with raising money for some amazing charities.

Here’s a breakdown of just how the team at Fusion raised much-needed funds in 2019.

Coasts, castles and cyclists

Last June, Bill Bartley (our Managing Director), Gareth Richardson, Luke Smith & Benjamin Roberts completed the punishing Coast & Castles bike ride.

By completing this 200-mile ride from Newcastle to Edinburgh, they raised £2,314 for Prostate Cancer UK.

A great run up north

As the name suggests, the Great North Run is a big deal!

It’s the world’s biggest half marathon, starting in the centre of Newcastle and finishing at the coast in South Shields.

Our very own Portland Jones completed the Great North Run in September 2019, raising £315 for Mind, the mental health charity.

No half measures in this half marathon

Last, but by no means least, our Director of Customer Care, Clare Hurley completed the Cardiff Half Marathon.

Clare raised £300 for Noah’s Ark in October 2019.

We’re immensely proud of the team at Fusion. They’re not only dedicated to providing the best occupational health services to our clients and their staff but they also work tirelessly to raise money in events like these.

We’d like to say a huge congratulations to everyone at Fusion who’s raised money for charity and we’re sure that we’ll see more of the same in 2020.

We’ll keep you posted with updates on more of our charity work.

And if you’d like to find out more about what our fantastic staff can offer your own organisation, give us a call.

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