News May 2023

CRASH Newsletter: May 2023

News splash! Construction industry takes to the water in aid of CRASH

1. Volunteering professional expertise at CRASH

Will Woodward, Project Director at Arcadis, shares his experience volunteering professional expertise at CRASH – from what’s changed since his first volunteering role back in 2009, to advice for someone with similar opportunities in the industry.

2. Construction teams make a splash for CRASH

A popular event in the construction industry calendar, 40 teams from across the industry came together for an afternoon of dragon boat racing in aid of CRASH. With a Corporate Patron picking up the top spot…

3. CRASH welcomes new Trustee

Richard Whitehead, Chief Executive – Global Buildings & Places at AECOM has been appointed as a Trustee of CRASH. He commented

“I am honoured to be appointed a Trustee of the construction industry’s charity, CRASH. CRASH does wonderful work, and I felt privileged and excited to attend my first board meeting in March. Being a Trustee is a big responsibility, and I look forward to advancing our shared vision to deliver a better world.”

4. Find an Inflatable 5k near you

With 12 dates still to come in 2023, this fun-packed obstacle course is not one to miss! Perfect as a team-building activity or a family day out, everyone can get involved, all while raising money for CRASH.

5. Corporate Patron of the Month

Congratulations to Corporate Patron of the Month, 8build, for their dedication to fundraising in aid of CRASH; from hosting their annual Supply Chain Golf Day and taking part in The Construction Industry Dragon Boat Challenge, to entering two teams in this summer’s Sailing Regatta!

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