PDX will donate £1 to the Royal British Legion for every pallet shipped during WW1 Centenary week
100 years ago the First World War ended, and a new world began. The example and experience of those who lived through it shaped the world we live in today.
In 2018 The Royal British Legion is leading the nation in saying Thank You to all who served, sacrificed and changed our world. To commemorate this momentous centenary, PDX commit to donating £1 to the Royal British Legion for every pallet we ship during the week running up to Remembrance day, Sunday 11th November 2018.
The team here at PDX have never been ones to sit on their laurels when a worthy cause presents itself to them. We have always tried to do our bit when we can for those less fortunate than ourselves.
It was Beth, our Marketing Manager’s turn this time. When she was invited to join a group of 9 adults from the UK, on an intrepid 80km, 4 Day journey by canoe, down the Crocodile and Hippo infested waters of the Lower Zambezi river and camping overnight on remote islands along the way, she jumped at the chance.
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As we are now back to ‘normal’ after the holiday season (whatever normal is!!), I am proud to report, that for many years at this time of year, myself and my staff have raised much needed funds via challenges such as the Costa Rica Cycle Challenge – Coast to Coast 500 km, with fellow Director Claire Norton. Saddle sore but £8.5K raised for Jarjari School, or donated to an eclectic assortment of charities ranging from Homeless charities, Cancer charities and the RSPCA.
However, their ‘normal’ at anytime of year is the constant battle to raise much needed funding and our ‘gifts’, albeit small, help. And as long as PDX continues to make profit, it will continue to give to charities at this time of year.
When we think of The Gambia, many of us will picture glorious beaches and wonderful sun-filled holidays. But this is only half the story, The Gambia is a country of huge contrasts, a third of the population live below the international poverty line. Despite this, education is highly valued, even in the smallest village…