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Our quest for 150 miles in 24 hours at Endure24 - the Glastonbury for runners!

Endure24 is dubbed the Glastonbury for runners. It draws together around 3,000 weirdos, like me, from all walks of life to spend 24 hours of their lives running multiple five mile (8k) laps of a course in Wasing Park near Aldermaston which is situated just outside of Basingstoke. The team prior to the start When

NewVoiceMedia's San Francisco office adopts two families during the holiday season

Over the festive period, we rallied colleagues in our San Francisco office and worked with La Casa del Las Madres to give back, as part of our Foundation program. La Casa de las Madres, which translates to ‘The Home of the Mothers’, is a support and empowerment scheme for victims of domestic violence. The charity was set

How Anand stepped forward with Salesforce

. Step Forward is an apprenticeship, run by national charity The Challenge, that supports companies to recruit and develop diverse young talent.   Anand joined the Step Forward programme as a Salesforce apprentice in September and has been working at Audio Network, an independent production music library.   My apprenticeship so far: From the first

NewVoiceMedia’s green-fingered volunteers support The Bluebells

This Summer, volunteers from NewVoiceMedia’s DevOps, sales and HR teams volunteered for a gardening project at The Bluebells, the UK's only purpose-built respite home created by Sebastian's Action Trust. The home offers respite holidays for sick children and their families, enabling them to spend precious time together. A question I'm often asked is how valuable

Big Rich Memorial Football Match raises £2,000 for St Michael's Hospice

The NewVoiceMedia Foundation aims to support our people in making a difference to the causes that matter most to them. In this week’s blog, we talk to Chris Garrett, Financial Planning Analyst at NewVoiceMedia. Chris has raised an impressive £2,000 for St Michael's Hospice with the help of NewVoiceMedia’s matched funding scheme. The hospice provides care to patients suffering

Memorial Jam raises over £2000 for CALM

This year was the third annual Tappy Jam at Farnborough Skate Park, organised by Charlie Norton, Enterprise Business Representative at NewVoiceMedia. Charlie founded the event to honour the memory of his friend Matt Tapp, a fellow skateboarder who sadly passed away in 2013. The skateboarding and BMX jam is also a big fundraiser for CALM, (the Campaign Against Living

Simon Says volunteer!

Last week, NewVoiceMedia's sales development team donated 25 valuable volunteer support hours for Hampshire-based child bereavement service, Simon Says. Simon Says was established when Simon Stanley, a 37 year-old teacher from Southampton, died from cancer. His wife Sally found there was no bereavement support locally for their two small children. Simon Says offers information and advice to

In da (Code) Club

So, pop quiz? Who was the first computer programmer in the world? Who found the first bug in a computer? The answers are: Ada Lovelace Grace Hopper Both women. That's what I learnt last week at Code Club. Code Club is a great initiative driven by Ashley Unitt, Paul Mackintosh and Jack Tench from NewVoiceMedia's

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