Fundraising News: The things they do - Head for heights

Helen Mundy, business development manager for software suppliers OATSystems, London, was among dozens who abseiled 210 feet down the atrium at the London Underwriting Centre, home to the world's tallest freestanding escalator system, to raise money for bowel cancer research, prevention and treatment in support of the Bobby Moore Fund. Established by Stephanie Moore MBE, in partnership with Cancer Research UK, the fund was set up in memory of her husband, former England football captain Bobby Moore, who died from the disease. Many participants in the event had been personally touched by bowel cancer.

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