Opportunity to be part of Action for Children’s innovative fundraising event – Marooned
Mary Nightingale the ITN broadcaster has agreed to be marooned on Temple Island on 17tgh September
What is Marooned?
It’s not everyday you receive an invitation to be marooned, but that is exactly what this is.
This is your opportunity to join a select group of senior Managers from leading companies and prominent members of the local community who are to be marooned on Temple Island on the River Thames at Henley.
Armed only with a mobile phone and a list of business contacts, colleagues and friends; each of our resourceful volunteers will aim to raise £1,000 each in order to secure their release from the island.
This event is being staged by Action for Children, the charity committed to helping the most vulnerable children and young people in the UK break through injustice, deprivation and inequality. In addition, to raising much need funds to support this important work, this highly entertaining event has attendant benefits for the organisations represented.
Achieving positive PR through regional and national media, and promote through your own company’s marketing activities.
Access to Senior Managers and their networks from key sectors across the region.
Positioning as a community investor - association with and high profile support of the UK’s leading children’s charity.
Being an integral part of the success of an ongoing flagship event that will provide long-term sustainable income for Action for Children and being offered first refusal for long-term sponsorship.
Marooned will take place on Thursday 17th September. Leaving from Henley Royal Regatta HQ at 10am and returning at 2.30pm. Lunch will be taken on Temple Island. Places are limited so please register now.
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