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Over the summer, Stratum International once again raised money for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity to help continue the funding for a Research Fellowship specifically aimed at improving the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.

Once again, John Larpent participated in Le Cure de France, a challenging five-day bike ride that takes in six of the most challenging peaks of the Tour de France route, including the Col du Joux Plane – described by Lance Armstrong as his toughest day on a bike.

The last day was particularly testing - 95km, mostly uphill in 35 degree heat. Click here to see the route - a six hour ride encapsulated in one minute. 

John completed the ride and exceded his personal sponsorship target. Overall the event raised £250,000 which means the charity has now raised £750,000 over the last three years. Thank you to everyone who supported John or any of the other riders.

The money really does make a difference as this recent report demonstrates. 

 Find out more about Le Cure de France here. 

 

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MINING COMPANIES AND THEIR SUPPLIERS OFTEN OPERATE IN SOME OF THE POOREST PARTS OF THE WORLD

 

 

USUALLY WITH A POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE LIVES OF THE COMMUNITIES IN THE SURROUNDING AREAS

MORE CAN ALWAYS BE DONE

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We support B1G1 because they vet and manage relationships with great projects and initiatives at source, so we (and our clients) can literally see where we’re making a difference together. 

With more than 600 vetted projects around the world there’s ample opportunity to give back.