From Monday 12 October to Friday 16 October, a mix of global clients, ISG employees and supply chain members across the globe took on the five-day challenge – Move for Charity.
Our annual charity bike ride has gone virtual - but with a twist.
ISG’s annual charity cycle challenge has gone virtual – but with a twist.
Our global teams have been navigating the COVID-19 global pandemic, stepping up to the challenge of working in new ways while keeping health and safety top of mind.
Our science and health team has supported the fight against Coronavirus by supplying our healthcare provider client, Spire Healthcare, at its hospital in Bushey, with a total of 14 critical Fit Testing Kits to ensure life-saving emergency operation procedures have still been able to go ahead.
Even during these challenging times, our people have been bringing our ‘Always care’ value to life with the sort of creativity, care and strength in unity that set ISG apart as a business and culture.
Last month, a mixture of our clients, consultants and employees dusted off their glow sticks and whistles to take part in ISG’s annual charity spin class – Spin for Charity.
The ISG team at UCL Eastman Dental Institute (EDI) Relocation Project, Royal Free Hospital, recently volunteered at the Royal Free Hospital Children’s School, introducing pupils to a taste of construction through art.
The ISG team at 60 Whitfield Street in Fitzrovia recently volunteered at The Soup Kitchen, a local charity that provides free food and clothing to hundreds of homeless people in London.
Our team in the North West of England fired up the competition at the recent Salford dragon boat race to come in ninth and raise over £1,000 for charity.