Over £37,000 raised for charities at TFN London
We were delighted to see old and new friends at T. Rowe Price, and inspired to hear Josh report on how Cracked It has been creating further learning and work opportunities for at-risk youth in London, since their pitch in September last year.
We heard a very personal pitch from James and the team from Mobiloo on the importance of inclusiveness and support for disabled people to improve wellbeing. Mobiloo raised over £9,400 to help fund their fully accessible toilet facilities at venues and special events.
Suzy from Kiya Survivors gave a passionate pitch on the lack of support for disabled and in-need children in Peru. Kiya Survivors raised over £7,900 to help continue keep their programme running to empower and support Peruvian children with learning or physical disabilities through education, support and therapy.
We heard a thought-provoking pitch from Richard from Footworks on the lack of podiatry care for homeless men and women in London in need of healthcare. Footworks raised over £10,900 towards opening a second clinic to provide free podiatry and foot care for homeless people.
Rod from Dekamile gave an inspiring pitch on their work providing education and work facilities to empower rural villagers in remote communities of Agome Seva, Togo. Dekamile raised over £8,600 towards funding teachers in their school to empower the next generation and help develop the community.
In total, together we raised £37,000 for these four inspiring charities driving social change.
Big thanks to our host T. Rowe Price, our corporate supporters Picton Capital, T & J Meyer Family Foundation and Octopus Giving, and to all who gave generosity on the night.