Logicor dons the lycra for LandAid Day 2018
07 Nov 2018
The Logicor team was delighted to dig out their lycra this month to host an internal cycling event in our Carnaby Street head office with a difference in aid of LandAid, the property industry charity.
Cyclists were divided into two teams, with individuals competing against another from the opposite team to see who could cycle the furthest in a 20 minute period. Each individual’s distance travelled was then added together to make a team total, with Logicor agreeing to donate £20 for each kilometre travelled by the winning team.
Logicor’s LandAid Ambassadors Adam Sherlock and Tori Watling were team captains, spurring their colleagues along for this great charitable cause.
The winning team, led by Tori Watling, cycled a total of 165.97 km, raising £3,319.40 for LandAid.
Special mention goes to the following individuals who cycled the furthest:
Robbie Wilson, Financial Accountant (18.05 km)
Mike Best, Director, UK Asset Management (17.50 km)
Anthony McCluskie, Director, UK Asset Management (17.05 km)
“A big thank you to everyone who took part in the Logicor Static Cycle on LandAid Day last week! We were delighted to be there on the day and cheer on the Logicor team, who raised an incredible £3,319 for LandAid. This is an amazing amount raised and will support LandAid’s mission of ending youth homelessness – thank you to everyone involved!” - Tom Ah-Thew, Corporate Partnerships Manager, LandAid
Thanks to all Logicor participants:
Logicor is a LandAid corporate partner. LandAid is the property industry charity, working to end youth homelessness in the UK. The team brings together businesses and individuals from across the industry to support charities delivering life-changing projects for people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness.