About the partnership
UK staff to get involved
ISG are brought back their popular Cycle for Charity. Their second annual bike ride returned to the beautiful country roads of Oxford and Reading with two new challenging 40-mile and 74-mile routes. The incredible challenge raised over £33,000 for our work.
6 adventurous people from ISG took on one of the UK's most extreme hiking challenges, The Welsh 3000, to raise money for Mental Health UK. The challenge is to complete 50km and around 4000m of ascent and descent, walking all 15 peaks in the Snowdonia National Park that summit at over 3000ft. This is usually completed in 24 hours, but the team finished in a record 12 hours. The team incredibly surpassed their fundraising target of £7,500 before the event.
ISG launched the partnership during mental health awareness week with the ‘I’m All Ears’ campaign. Employees donated to wear blue ears, or green ears for mental health first aiders, to encourage people to say whatever they want, voice however they are feeling, and start a conversation about mental health without being judged. This amazing campaign got the partnership off to a fantastic start and we’re excited to see where the partnership goes next.