Employees from group protection insurer Unum have raised over £35,158 for SeeAbility. They took part in the inaugural ‘Site 2 Sight Challenge’, and Unum matched the amount raised by the runners.
Last September teams of Unum employees ran 5-8 mile sections of the Site 2 Sight Challenge route connecting Unum’s offices in Bristol, Basingstoke and Dorking.
SeeAbility has a number of services in locations where Unum has their major offices including Dorking and Basingstoke.
David Scott-Ralphs , SeeAbility’s CEO thanked the company and its employees, noting that Unum employees have now raised £157,000 for the charity, formerly The Royal School for the Blind.
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