At Sturgeon Ventures and Sturgeon Compliance we believe that we all have a little bit more that we can give back which can be a powerful tool for good.
Our London office has recycling and energy saving buildings, and we recycle all we can and use recycled products and continually assesses where improvements can be made.
Sturgeon Ventures LLP gives time and other support to these charities:
Ride The Night For Cancer
All our lives have been touched by female cancer, in particular, breast, ovarian and/or cervical. As a predominantly female team, Sturgeon have taken up a challenge, and we all hope to get a little fitter. The chaps will be there on the night with puncture kits.
On May 27th 2017 we will ride 100km through London crossing our home bridge in Putney twice.
Do watch the video: www.ridethenight.co.uk
Sponsorship : www.justgiving.com/sturgeonridethenightforcancer
“Life is like a bicycle, to stay balanced you must keep on moving.”
HTB has done so much for family life in the UK and overseas, the William Wilberforce Trust run by HTB has equipped many communities against poverty. Alpha in prisons is helping so many. Ken Costa’s work with the workplace dealing with issues such as stress, ambition, failure disappointment, hope.
Samuel Neill and The Caudwell Children
Becky Neill, who is one of our valued consultants at Sturgeon Ventures has a son Samuel who needs help as a Key to Change his life. Seven year old Samuel was born 11 weeks prematurely (due to an infection). As a result of this he suffered a small abrasion on the brain which resulted in Cerebral Palsy. In a nutshell, his muscles are too tight in his legs, causing him to walk on tip toes; he also has little core strength so poor stamina, tasks that other children take for granted he has to work really hard on. The proposed operation offered by GOSH in June 2016 will reduce the tightness (spasticity) in Samuel’s legs, as the surgeon will shred the nerves around the spine that are telling his muscles to tighten. Although Samuel is able to walk, etc. the concern is that unless he has the operation his muscles get tighter and tighter as he gets taller and his mobility will decrease.
The fund is also to help with the physio costs before and after the operation as the stronger her is, the quicker and better the recovery. The cost of the Operation and Physio is £50,000 ($80,000). If we are fortunate enough to raise anything higher than that, the surplus would go to the Cauldwell Children, Changing Children’s lives, who have given us a cell of theirs as a charity to raise this funding as Host. The operation is called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy and involves a 3 week stay in Great Ormond Street Hospital with a very intense follow up physio for more than a year.
PR Newswire – Samuel Neill
Website – Caudwell Children