Throgmorton Private Capital and our staff are really proud to support local and national charities and various fundraising events where we live and work. Below are just a few examples of activities where Throgmorton colleagues have been getting involved and giving back to their communities:
On the 17th October 2019, Throgmorton were delighted once again to be the main sponsor of the Throgmorton Kent Cancer Trust Charity Golf Day at magnificent Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club on the Kent coast, which is known to be one of the finest links courses in England.
This is the eleventh year that we have been proud to sponsor this very worthy event. The weather was awesome and all 84 players enjoyed a fantastic day.
The aim of the Trust is to raise money to support many worthwhile cancer research projects with a focus on Kent. This year’s event raised over £8,000 for the Charity, so a huge thank you to everyone involved and especially for your very generous donations.
The picture shows our Regional Director, Mark Santer whose team won the competition.Visit their website...
Throgmorton was proud to be invited to sponsor the Medway Concert Brass Band Concert at the Deal Memorial Bandstand on Sunday the 18th August 2019.
The Deal Memorial Bandstand Trust was formed to honour the memory of 11 Royal Marines musicians who were killed when the IRA exploded a bomb at the Royal Marines School of Music in Deal on the 22nd September 1989.
The Trust stages a series of free public concerts at the Bandstand each year, with the aim of keeping 'alive' the memory of the 11 musicians whose lives were cut so tragically short. The Bandstand serves as a 'living' memorial and eleven sides of the twelve-sided structure have engraved tablets bearing the names of those who lost their lives.
Medway Concert Brass Band has been performing brass band music to the highest standard all over the South East of England since 1928.Visit their website...
Throgmorton were delighted to sponsor Tamsin Russell-Flint who completed the disco-themed London Moonwalk challenge during the night of the 11th May 2019.
Walking 26.2 miles through London at night whilst wearing her brightly decorated bra, Tamsin was raising money for breast cancer awareness.
The Moonwalk started at midnight on Clapham Common and took thousands of participating women and men past iconic landmarks such as the London Eye, Battersea Power Station, Sky Garden and Tower Bridge that had all turned pink for the occasion.
After completing the course in 8 hours and 50 minutes, Tamsin said “it was an amazing experience and perhaps the most gruelling event I’ve ever done. After nearly 9 hours of walking, I’m still aching and not sure which was worse, the walking, the cold or being awake for 36 hours”.
Congratulations to Tamsin’s Team, the East Kent Pink Ladies, who raised over £5,000 for the breast cancer charity, Walk the Walk.Visit their website...
For the tenth year running, fabulous Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club, on the Kent coast at Deal, hosted the Throgmorton Kent Cancer Trust Charity Golf Day on the 15th October 2018. Throgmorton was once again proud to be the main sponsor for the Event. The weather was very kind and all the players enjoyed a great day.
In total, we raised £7,368, the best result in the event’s history. Well done to everyone involved. The Trust raises money to support some very important cancer research projects.
The picture shows our Regional Director, Mark Santer who won the special ‘pink ball’ competition.Visit their website...
On Saturday 8th September 2018, Throgmorton was delighted to sponsor our Investment Consultant, Rakhee Wood, who took part in the Dragon Boat at Bewl Water, Kent, in aid of the Chartwell Cancer Trust.
Rakhee is a member of a business
networking group for women, many of whom have been affected by cancer and she
says “since we started working with Chartwell, we've come to understand the
huge amount they do to make life better for those suffering and for their
families” Rakhee said that sixteen members of her group (who had never rowed
before) had decided to jump in a boat, grab a paddle and try to move from A to
B without capsizing! What could possibly
go wrong? The Event has so far raised £2,870.
Throgmorton was delighted to sponsor our Regional Director, Rob Dunn and his wife Tracy, who completed a 5k walk around the beautiful Broadlands Estate, home of Lord and Lady Romsey, on Sunday the 24th June 2018. The Event was organised by their Daughter, Eliza, who is the community fundraising Manager for Countess Mountbatten Hospice in Southampton. Over 300 walkers were sent on their way by Sally Taylor from BBC South Today and the Event raised in excess of £30,000 for the Hospice.
The Event had a special significance for Tracy as her Dad died at the hospice and Rob and Tracy were walking in his memory.Visit their website...
On the 19th October 2017, Throgmorton was once again delighted to be the main sponsor of the Kent Cancer Trust Charity Golf Day, which was, as usual, held at the prestigious Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club in Deal, Kent.
This year’s event raised its best ever profit of £6,887. Many thanks to everyone who took part and made it a great day, whilst helping the Trust raise money to support so many worthwhile cancer research projects.
The photo shows the Team from LGT Vestra who very kindly donated some fabulous auction items, before picking up some prizes of their own. Many thanks again guys!Visit their website...
On the 6th October 2016, Throgmorton were once again delighted to sponsor the Kent Cancer Trust Charity Golf Day at the fabulous Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club in Deal, Kent, which is known as one of the finest links golf courses in England.
The weather was kind and a great day was enjoyed by everyone who took part. The Trust aims to raise money to support cancer research projects, with a focus on Kent. This year the event made a profit of over £6,200, which is a fantastic achievement.
The picture shows Stuart Minty who organises the day each year on behalf of the Trust and our Regional Director, Andy Bennett, who was one of the lucky prize winners.
Many thanks to everyone who organised and attended the event and especially for your kind and very generous donations. The Trust does good work!Visit their website...
Throgmorton was delighted to sponsor Ryan Turley when he recently ran the Berlin Marathon.
Ryan is 36 years old and the stepson of our Regional Director, Richard Robaczynski. Ryan was diagnosed as a child with an aortic valve defect, and at Christmas 2015 he underwent open heart surgery at St Bartholomew’s Hospital to replace the valve with a brand new metal one!
Three months after surgery Ryan decided to take up running, and in July 2016 he ran in the Newham 10k race, finishing in the Olympic Stadium in London. Soon after he was given a British Heart Foundation charity slot to run in the Berlin Marathon on 25th September 2016. This was Ryan’s first ever marathon and he finished the 26 miles 385-yard course in a time of 3 hours and 57 minutes, comfortably beating his target time of 4 hours, and raising over £2,000 for The British Heart Foundation in the process. The photo shows Ryan having just run through the Brandenberg Gate in Berlin, sporting his tattoo but not the 12inch scar on his chest!Visit their website...
Our Regional Director, Rob Dunn, his Wife Tracy and their Daughter Eliza, shaking buckets at a very windy Fratton Park, the home of Portsmouth FC on Saturday 20th August 2016. They raised just under £600 for The Rowans Hospice, where Eliza works. Well done to Rob and his family for raising much needed funds for this very worthy cause.Visit their website...
Recently, Throgmorton was delighted to sponsor Carole Mulcare's massive skydive in support of the Alzheimer's Society.
On the 3rd July 2016, Carole raised approximately £1,500 when she leapt out at 12,000 feet above the Headcorn Aerodrome in Kent. Wow! How brave is she?
Well done to Carole for a brilliant charity event. She looks like she's having a blast!Visit their website...
For the last few years, Throgmorton has been delighted to sponsor the Kent Cancer Trust Charity Golf Day at the historic Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club in Deal, Kent. Each year the event aims to raise thousands of pounds for the Trust, which supports cancer research projects with a focus on Kent. Eighteen teams donate to the Charity to compete in the Tournament and prizes are awarded to the winners. The Picture shows David Evans, our Assistant Compliance Director, receiving the prize for 'the nearest to the Pin' competition.Visit their website...
For twelve years, our Regional Director, Mark Santer, has been involved with sponsorship and coaching at Folkestone Rugby Club. He sponsors one of the first XV team players and also the match ball for some home games. As Sponsorship Secretary, Mark’s aim is to raise funds for the Club, including the Mini’s Section 2016 tour to Bethune in France.Visit their website...
The costs of playing cricket for many young people in Hastings, East Sussex, can be prohibitive as equipment is expensive and staging each game often costs hundreds of pounds. Over the last four years, our Regional Director, Tim Eldridge has sponsored Hastings Priory Cricket Club via their match venue, which is run as a charity. The aim of Tim’s sponsorship, along with many other supporters, is to minimise the costs involved for numerous younger players who might otherwise struggle to afford it.
For the last few years, during November several of our male colleagues have grown moustaches for the month of Movember to raise funds in aid of research into prostate and testicular cancer.Visit their website...
Some of the other activities Throgmorton colleagues have been involved in recently include: