Continuing to support Malaria No More UK

We are a very creative family at Rentokil Initial and we love our colleagues to come up with any ideas (the wacky, the fun and the sensible) for how to raise funds for Malaria No More UK (MNMUK).  From an epic climb up Mount Kilimanjaro by David McMillan (AKA Disco), to a ‘Wear your Christmas Jumper to Work Day’ at our Camberley head office, our colleagues embraced our support of MNMUK in many different ways during 2015.  

During 2015 over £30,000 was raised for MNMUK by Rentokil Initial in the UK and fundraising initiatives included:

RI present cheque to MNMUK

The company continuing to pledge £1 for each new customer signing up our online reporting tool myInitial and for completing e-surveys that our businesses have run with existing customers.

  • Mount Kilimanjaro climb – Disco trekked the 5,895 metres to the top of this dormant volcanic mountain and raised an impressive £6,301.77 in the process for MNMUK.
  • We have been back out with our Rentokil Initial School Tour – during 2015 we presented to 5,139 children (aged between 4 and 14 years) and visited 33 different schools across England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.  For every mile we clocked-up on our tour (2298 miles over the year), the company donated £1 to MNMUK.
  • Greg Beattie one of our Scottish colleagues took part in the gruelling Glenmore 24, a foot race that takes place just outside Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands. Runners try and complete a 4 mile loop as many times as they can within 24 hours.  Greg managed to run a very impressive 82.74 miles within the time limited and raised £1,306.00 in the process.  

During 2016 we will continue our support of MNMUK and there is already a Camberley to Paris bike ride on the calendar in April which a number of colleagues will be attempting.