Auctus Management Group Ltd shows their support for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal06/11/2018
The Poppy Appeal is an annual fundraising event launched by the Royal British Legion, remembering those who have served for our country in the Armed Forces. This year marks the end of the World War I centenary, showing gratitude to all those who served and sacrificed themselves to change our world.
Auctus Management Ltd (AMG) and its subsidiary businesses, RSS Infrastructure Ltd (RSSI) and Infra Skills Ltd are continual supporters of the Armed Forces. Being a proud Armed Forces Silver Covenant member, they show commitment to their partnership through a series of initiatives designed to attract talented personnel into both the military from within rail, light rail and construction/civil sectors as well as their ongoing charity work.
The Royal British Legion is a fantastic charity which provides support for members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families. The money donated to the Royal British Legion provides help and support to those in need within the Armed Forces community.
AMG and RSSI recently put together a team of 5 riders to take part in the ‘Pedal to Paris’ event 2018, commemorating 100 years since the end of WW1. This four-day event saw them raise over a staggering £7,700 for the British Legion’s Poppy Appeal, a huge accomplishment for the whole team.
This week is a time to show our support and respect by remembering all those who have lost their lives on active service to the crown, as well as honouring the service of the Armed Forces and Veterans.
Wear your poppy with pride.
For more information about the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal read: https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/get-involved/ways-to-give/fundraising-appeals/poppy-appeal/?msclkid=7c861d8fc2c717b6ef90466e01f24a88&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=MK%20-%20Bing%20-%20Remembrance%20-%20Poppy%20Appeal%20-%20Generic%20-%20Traffic%20-%202018&utm_term=poppy%20appeal&utm_content=Poppy%20Appeal%20Pure