300 charity films began the process… 50,000 members of the public voted… And now, the finalists have been announced… The Charity Film Awards expert judges have trimmed the shortlist to a small list of finalists, and we are absolutely over the moon to say that ‘Events for Namuwongo – The Work’ is one of them!
As the American cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead once said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” We are seeing Mead’s words come to fruition in many aspects of our society, including the global business community, as more people and companies
Events for Namuwongo (EFN) was established in September 2011 by Events Industry leaders at the Global Event Summit who decided to create an industry cause. Led by Chris Hughes (Brand Events) as Chairman and Trevor Foley (tfconnect) as CEO of the charity, EFN has raised over £900,000 – an absolutely brilliant contribution – that has
Thursday August 23rd 2018, departing from Twickenham @ 7am tfconnect and AEO are proud to bring you this year’s fun fundraiser for Events for Namuwongo. It’s a warm up for the route to the AEO Conference, a couple of weeks later. If you’ve always fancied cycling from London to Brighton in a day, but haven’t
Since ‘Events for Namuwongo’ was founded in 2011 – fundraising efforts have generated in excess of £850,000 for the industry’s adopted community of Namuwongo in Uganda. Support is still required in order to ensure sustainability within the community and the charity now has its sights set on a £1m landmark. “Events for Namuwongo remains alive
tfconnect wrote about Michael Seaman’s running escapades back in June after his first attempt at a ridiculous 100-mile ultra-marathon in aid of Events For Namuwongo. Mike is MD of Raccoon Events, currently gearing up for The National Running Show at the NEC next month. In June, he fell short of his target by 20 miles,