Incentive FM Group, the UK’s leading independent facilities company, has raised £9,455 for the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust by hosting a charity clay pigeon shoot in London.
Incentive FM Group has been corporate sponsors of The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which provides vital care for endangered species in Africa, for the past three years and has now raised £26,337.36 for the charity.
The event was held at the oldest clay pigeon shooting school in the world, The West London Shooting School in Northolt. 13 teams entered the event, each consisting of five friends, colleagues or customers. The UK Director for the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Rob Brandford, also took part in the event. Teams were entered as Regular, Occasional and Novice standards, allowing individuals to compete against people of similar abilities.
Jeremy Waud, Chairman, Incentive FM Group, said: “This was the final year of our sponsorship for The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust so we wanted to make sure we went out with a bang and our clay pigeon shoot did just that. We had a fantastic day and are thrilled to have raised such an incredible amount of money for an excellent charity.”