Our Fund Raising effort for Charities
At Forum we try to give back as much as possible to the community.
Check back here regularly to see our latest fund raising activity, and to review past events.

Ian Raises Money for Richard House ( )
Director Ian Wilson was raising money - £1,000 for Richard House the childrens Hospice supported by Forum.

He did the Trent Park Triffic Trail 10km. He sweltered though the endless undulations of the Trent Park Course. On what turned out to be the hottest day in summer. In a slow 58 minutes representing how out of shape he was when he had accepted the challenge!!!
Elliott gets messy to Help the Heros ( )
On Sunday 18th October Elliott Sanders of Forum Wealth completed the Spartan Race with other members of the Honorable Artillery Company. The event was a rather muddy 5K run littered with obstacles including barbed wire, tyre carrying, and a rather nasty electric fence! As a unit the Honorable Artillery Company helped raise £700 for Help for Heroes.

Santas on the Run ( )
“How would you feel being surrounded by a hundred Santas? Well Hiren Panchal and Elliott Sanders from the Advisory team at Forum experienced that feeling when they completed Santas on the Run on behalf of Richard House. This run took place on London’s South Bank early December 2010. All entrants have to don a Santa suit and run the 2km, before being refreshed by mulled wine and mince pies. Hiren and Elliott braved the winter wonderland to raise over £150 for Richard House. The duo can be pictured here limbering up before the event.”

Forum's Five-A-Side exploits ( )
“Forum fielded two teams in the 2010 Richard House 5-a-side Tournament, in order to raise money for that Charity. There were no regular football players in the team, and unfortunately that did show in the results achieved… It is suffice to say that neither team won a match. The poor results and dreadful weather didn’t hamper the spirits of the players though, who thoroughly enjoyed the kick around. The total raised for Richard House was in excess of £500.”

Bruno, Elliott and Hiren do London Triathlon in aid of Great Ormond Street ( )
“Three Financial Advisers from the team at Forum Wealth Management showed their natural athleticism by completing the Mazda London Triathlon. Elliott Sanders, Hiren Panchal and Bruno Welch completed a 1,500 metre swim in the Thames, a 40 km bike ride and a 10 km run around the Excel Centre in the Docklands area.

The trio participated on behalf of Great Ormond Street Hospital and raised £1,000 for the cause, completing the event in 3 hours and 36 minutes. The money raised will contribute to a new clinical building which is due to open in 2012 enabling Great Ormond Street to treat 20% more patients.”
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