Panathlon Challenge is a charity which benefits 18,000 disabled young people each year in Mini-Paralympic type sports competitions across the country. Panathlon focusses on reaching one of the most disadvantaged groups in the country - disabled children.
Our Charity Campaign
This year we want to take our charity strategy to the next level, which resulted in the campaign ‘The BIG Investigo Give.’ We set out at the start of this year to encourage all our employees to take a proactive approach to their own social responsibility.
The BIG Investigo Give.
In 2019 we are challenging the business to:
Raise £100,000 for charity
Each team to organise a fundraising event and raise £250 per head
For everyone to do a day’s volunteering with our charity partner
We have an extremely busy charity events calendar here at Investigo. Not only do we challenge all our teams to put on their own fundraising activity, as a business we host a number of charity initiatives over the course of the year that our employees, clients and candidates can all get involved with. The calendar includes a charity quiz for over 200 of our clients, an international charity cycle ride, a charity football tournament and a charity music gig to name but a few.
This year, we are also providing every person the opportunity to volunteer with Panathlon and give them a day away from the office to get involved. This encourages our people to take a more holistic approach to charity giving, whilst also raising awareness around disability.
Previous Charity Partners
Centre for Mental Health An inspiring charity who have who have driven a great deal of the change in mental health policy and practice we see in the UK through research and lobbying in Parliament
Donate4Refugees A charity that funds daily essentials for vulnerable children and adult refugees such as food, clean water, clothes, shoes, first aid, phone credit, personal safety and education.
Shooting Star Chase A leading children’s hospice charity caring for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families
Halcyon Who provides one-to-one or small group training sessions to families and carers of those with a diagnosis of autism and/or related conditions
Harrison's Fund Who are working to find a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy