As a company, we are extremely fortunate to have a fantastic team of people and experience some positive business results. As a form of recognition we support a number of organisations locally and internationally.
PACE Networks is proud to support Charlie Martell, the Charitable Adventurer. Having trained as an Army bomb-disposal expert, Charlie spent several years working with British-based mine-clearance charity HALO Trust. This included spells in Cambodia, Angola and the Republic of Georgia. Charlie’s first charitable adventures included being part of a three-man team in the 2005 Polar Challenge ski-race to the North Pole, and then the following year he headed a four-man team to row between New York and Mevagissey, Cornwall, claiming two Guinness World Records in the process. Together the two challenges raised more than £250,000 for the Meningitis Trust.
Charlie’s current planned charitable adventures include Flying to Freedom, Return to the Pacific, and DW2016. Visit the Pacific 2019 website to remain up-to-date with Charlie’s recent challenge.
PACE Networks is an enthusiastic supporter of Sue Ryder, and specifically the Leckhampton Court hospice based in Cheltenham UK. The hospice provides specialist palliative and end of life care and support to people with life-limiting conditions. As the only hospice providing this service in the area, it is a vital and valuable asset to support, with a fantastic team of people working at the beautiful Leckhampton Court setting.
PACE Networks were pleased to donate to a fun project with Ann Edwards Church of England Primary School. To continue to improve reading across the school, Ann Edwards CE Primary are gaining sponsors to purchase a double decker bus to convert into a brand-new, fun and exciting library for all the pupils to use. With cuts to budgets, it’s great local businesses can be involved with supporting this educational project.
PACE Networks are proud to support the Stratton Youth Football Club (under 9s). Since the club’s formation in the mid 1970’s nearly 1000 youngsters have been through the club, which prides itself on encouraging young people to play football regardless of ability.
The club is run by a group of dedicated volunteers who offer a great deal of time to ensure that the club flourishes.