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Greenhouse Sports and Bank of America Merrill Lynch partner to share skills

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“Our partnership with Greenhouse helps hundreds of young people realise their full potential through sport, which helps lead to greater economic mobility,” Anthony Harte, head of Community Engagement for EMEA at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. This year, three apprentice coaches and one junior coach are generously supported by our partnership with Bank of America… Read more »

Greenhouse Sports takes part in Prudential’s Corporate Responsibility Show

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Greenhouse Sports was delighted to be invited by Prudential to take part in their annual Corporate Responsibility Show, viagra sans ordonnance taking place at the Prudential offices in the City. The show is an opportunity for Prudential to showcase the support they offer to numerous charities as part of their corporate social responsibility. We are… Read more »

Nomura highlights Greenhouse Sports support at City Giving Day

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Greenhouse Sports was delighted to be invited by Nomura to take part in their activities for this year’s City Giving Day. City Giving Day, (which this year happened on 27 September), is a day where the Lord Mayor of London champions and promotes various fundraising activities and community programs that take place across the City. Nomura supports… Read more »

Greenhouse Sports takes on the trading floor at BGC Day

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Greenhouse Sports was honoured to be invited to take part in the BGC Partners’ Charity Day, which took place this year on 12 September. The annual Charity Day commemorates the 658 BGC staff lost on 9/11 by providing their global revenues on the day to dozens of charities worldwide, turning this tragic day into one that… Read more »

Prudential RideLondon

Grab your Early Bird Prudential RideLondon 2016 place!

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Don’t miss out on the sporting event of the summer! Celebrating the legacy for cycling created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, RideLondon-Surrey 100 starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside. With leg-testing climbs and a route made… Read more »

Prudential RideLondon: Charley’s blog

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Firstly, I’m feeling a little nervous now that this 100-mile cycle ride is so close as I had hoped to have done more training than I have. I took part in the Prudential RideLondon 100 for the first time last year, completing it alone in 5 hours 30 minutes in hurricane weather and including stopping to… Read more »

Vidal gets in training to cycle across the Alps for Greenhouse

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My name is Vidal Graham and I am a Greenhouse Sports Head Coach for the Table Tennis programme at Bushey Academy. Despite being in no way a regular cyclist, I’ve recently signed up for the second major cycling challenge of my life – the Quintessentially Foundation & Rapha Alpes-Maritimes Challenge. I really believe in what… Read more »

Michelle Pinggera, International Chief of Staff at Goldman Sachs

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In 2011, the partners of Goldman Sachs funded the Greenhouse Sports East London expansion, which allowed the charity to open programmes in 13 schools in Olympic boroughs in East London, and has enabled them to provide almost 200,000 hours of high quality sport training and mentoring to deserving young people across London. This week, Greenhouse… Read more »

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