Project and programme management consultancy Faithful+Gould has celebrated its 70th anniversary with colleagues from its Birmingham and Nottingham offices riding over 30 miles from Kingsbury in Warwickshire to Trent Locks in Nottingham, as part of its first charity initiative, 704SE7ENTY.
Starting as a four-man quantity surveying company in Bristol, Faithful+Gould has come a long way and now has 26 offices across the UK and Europe. Aiming to raise £70,000 for the Alzheimer’s Society by cycling 7,000 miles in 70 days, Faithful+Gould colleagues across the UK and Europe are riding from office to office, or the equivalent mileage on stationary bikes, covering all its locations in the various countries.
Neil Walker, director of Faithful+Gould’s Nottingham office, said: “We are delighted to have taken part in a challenge that raises money for a great charity, we kicked off our 70 days fundraising with a great start covering 1659 miles.
“Dementia is something that affects so many people, and as yet has no cure, and our colleagues overwhelmingly chose the Alzheimer’s Society as the charity they wanted to support”.