Get Ready! St Luke’s Men’s Day Out Sat 25 March 2017
We are delighted to announce the fourth year of the very popular ‘Men’s Day Out’ (and our fourth year being corporate sponsors!) – all in aid of St Luke’s Hospice (Plymouth).
Last year, a record-breaking 749 men took part, raising £60,000! This money was spent on extremely valuable end-of-life care for people in their own homes.
Sat 25 March 2017
♦ Join men across Plymouth
♦ 12km city walk, pint, pasty & Plymouth Albion game
A GREAT DAY OUT
♦ Get a team together
♦ Meet people from all over Plymouth
♦ Jam-packed fun for a great cause!
RAISE MONEY FOR ST LUKE’S
Register for £25
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ABOUT OUR SPONSORSHIP
IU Energy have supported St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth ‘Men’s Day Out’ since day one!
Once we heard about this event back in 2013, we knew it would win great success for an extremely worthwhile cause.
This is why we have sponsored the event, to help St Luke’s raise record funds and attendances, year-on-year!
The end-of-life care St Luke’s provides for patients and their families is close to many of our hearts. The ‘I’m doing this for…’ on the backs of the t-shirts is a reminder of the true value of the event, in addition to it being a great day out.
St Luke’s Hospice (Plymouth) 2016 said:
“IU Energy – Big thanks for your #mensdayout support. You help make the event what it is AND make a difference in our community.”
Steve Statham, CEO, St Luke’s Hospice 2016 said:
“Thanks IU Energy for supporting our #mensdayout today. Great to have such great continued support from a local business.”
Last year’s write-up: Click here
A few words from last year’s participants, Damien and Ryan Huxtable:
“We are walking in memory of both our Dad Roger and Grandad William who were both looked after by St Luke’s. We can’t praise them enough for the care and support they gave our family. You can’t help but notice the messages on the t-shirts, they really bring the reality of the work they do and the people they have helped home. Today brings back good memories and is a great way to reflect.”
Barrington Soden and David Griffiths have taken part every year:
“It’s a great cause and I believe in the work they do. You never know I may need to use them one day and I like to put something back.”