Digity are Jumping Off the Tallest Sculpture in the UK for Charity

  • By Catherine Dove
  • 05 May, 2017
We are excited to have two of the Digity team, Chris Lunn and Catherine I'Anson-Dove, freefall abseiling down the tallest sculpture in the UK, in support of charity Emerge Poverty Free ! On the 19th May they will be at the Olympic Village ready to abseil down the crazy sculpture that is the ArcelorMittal Orbit, looking out over  262 feet above London.

Digity have worked with Emerge Poverty Free in the past, marketing and promoting charity fundraising events such as the Virgin London Marathon, but thought this abseil would be a great way to help the charity's cause on a more personal level. Emerge Poverty Free work to sustainably help communities in east Africa, ensuring they have the tools, knowledge and resources to improve their lifestyle.
Through Virgin Money Giving, you can sponsor us easily and donations will be quickly processed and passed directly to the charity. Any contributions would be AMAZING and greatly appreciated by us and the communities in east Africa that will so benefit from your sponsorship!

Here are the links to Sponsor our Digity team:



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