ExecuJet Africa is celebrating its prestigious status as operator of the first ever jet to land at St Helena Airport (HLE) in the South Atlantic Ocean.
ExecuJet staff Harriet and Nikki completed a terrifying abseil down the Cambridge Guildhall on Sunday 18th October 2015 in aid of East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH).The brave participants scaled the 100 foot drop off this historic landmark, giving them a bird’s eye view of many of the city’s historic landmarks. Abseilers raised valuable funds for EACH who care for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across Cambridgeshire. Congratulations to Harriet and Nikki who raised over £500.
Cyclists prepared themselves for the grueling 106km Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Cycle Race. However there was a bigger challenge, a goal to cycle to Pietermaritzburg and then compete in the race on Sunday 18 October 2015. The Team participating was sponsored by ExecuJet, amongst other sponsors, with the aim to follow their belief in giving something back from a sport they hold so dear to their hearts. The "HOPE" team raised R30 000.00 to benefit disadvantaged children with physical and mental disabilities (primarily caused by cerebral palsy).
Thank you to the ExecuJet Team that participated in the Moving for Mental Wellness Mountain Biking and Trailing running event on Saturday 10 October 2015. All had fun in the beautiful outdoors, whilst supporting a good cause. The main objective of this event is contribute to increasing awareness and knowledge of mental illness and to encourage solidarity with those affected, by hosting a Mountain Bike Race, a Trail Run Race, an Art Exhibition and a Social Event to raise funds in aid of SADAG’s national Suicide Crisis Center.
Gary Forster, the ExecuJet FBO Manager in Bali completed the Great North Run for the Oesophagoose Cancer Charity at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle UK. The world’s largest Half Marathon with 57000 competitors generates millions for worldwide charities each year.
Gary was running in memory of his late father Brian who passed away under the care of the hospital and decided to raise well needed funds to prevent other families suffering the same fate. He was supported by his Wife, Sister, Mother and brother-in-law in raising part of the money and was greatly aided by ExecuJet as part of the charitable donations initiative.
“On behalf of my family and all at the Hospital I want to say an enormous thank you for supporting this charity which is very dear to me.” – Gary Forster