Whether you’re new to networking or an experienced hand, Diabetes UK would like to invite you join them for an evening of speed networking and charity challenges with the Justgiving Networking Event in London.
On the 23 March, come to the Justgiving Offices to network with other London businesses who are interested in supporting us. Find information on the best way to get fundraising and get access to exclusive discounts for our new and exciting challenge events calendar. If taking on Tough Mudder or the Royal Parks Half Marathon isn’t your cup of tea, there will also be corporate volunteering options to motivate your staff.
There are now 4 million people in the UK living with diabetes. That’s 1 in 16 people, with 700 extra people diagnosed every day. Diabetes UK are working tirelessly to help support those with diabetes and raise awareness of this underestimated condition – a major cause of blindness, heart disease and amputations. They can only do this with the support of the local community and business network.
Diabetes UK Networking Event Details
Grab your business cards and prepare to dust off your trainers to show your support. Support Diabetes UK, make new connections and find your next challenge on 23 March, 6.30-8.30pm at Justgiving, The Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London, SE1 0TA.
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