Business Environment supports children’s charity Rays of Sunshine in joint fundraising/PR opportunity.
On Saturday 29th March up to 80 people will abseil down Business Environment’s Wembley office at No 1 Olympic Way.
The majority will be thrill-seeking supporters of the charity, looking to raise money for this worthy cause, and for a registration fee of £25 and a minimum sponsorship of £150 anyone can join the adrenaline junkies in their 170ft descent from our iconic 12 storey building.
As co-sponsors of this event, Business Environment are offering ten lucky daredevils the opportunity to abseil for free!
Send us a photo of yourself in your wackiest, most outlandish, most heroic superhero costume and we will select the best ten to join us on the 29th March for an experience of a lifetime!
The idea was inspired by a wish recently granted by Rays of Sunshine for six year old leukaemia sufferer Adjani Mamboleo from Leeds. His wish was to see his favourite superhero (Spiderman) shoot a web from a building which happened to be No 1 Olympic Way, headquarters of Rays of Sunshine, a charity co-founded by Business Environment’s Managing Director David Saul.
Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity was formed in 2003 to help children who are living with serious or life-limiting illnesses between the ages of 3-18, across the United Kingdom
All entrants must be over the age of 18 years and be able to get themselves to Wembley on Saturday 29th March.