Going the distance for O2e


There’s over two weeks to go before the 2019 Thames Path Challenge for O2e – so it’s not too late to join us!

Members of the Soundcraft team will be putting their best foot forward in a challenging charity walk to help raise vital funds for children with disabilities and life-threatening illness.

O2e Ambassador Sue Smith said today: “We have nearly fifty walkers this year, each one pushing themselves to achieve a distance that’s way out of their comfort zone. If you know any of them, perhaps you’d like to give them a little boost by adding a few pounds to our group JustGiving Page – every penny really does count as we’re 100% non-profit making. All volunteers, no office costs, just us – and literally hundreds of beautiful children that really need our help.”

You could also help O2e by shopping via The Giving Machine. Choose from hundreds of online shops on the website and every time you shop, they will send a small percentage to the nominated charity of your choice. Some great retailers have joined The Giving Machine community including; John Lewis, Amazon, Sainsbury, Next, M&S, Tesco, H&M and Booking.com. It would be wonderful if our lovely O2e supporters could also join to help children’s charities in this way.

If you would like to read more about the event taking place on Saturday 25th May, please see Put a spring in your step for children’s charities

Picture: Walking-the-walk for O2e are Soundcraft’s Chairman Kevin Smith and Managing Director Rob Thomson.

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