Capgemini UK employees take part in Palace to Palace challenge to fundraise for the Prince's Trust that supports the success of young people


Capgemini employees cycle in support of Princes Trust

Capgemini employees cycle in support of Prince's Trust

Capgemini UK employees took part in the Palace to Palace challenge to raise money and awareness for the Prince's Trust, a UK charity that helps vulnerable young people get their lives on track, particularly those who are unemployed or struggling at school and at risk of exclusion.

Employees rode from Buckingham Palace in London through to Richmond Park and the Surrey countryside before finishing in Windsor - all for the brilliant cause of support young people on their journey to live, learn and earn.

Support from senior leaders

Senior leaders of Capgemini UK did their bit to support the charity by taking part in the race, such as Sally Caughey, Head of Digital Inclusion at Capgemini UK.

Capgemini employees

Sally, who's been instrumental in the success of Capgemini UK and Code Your Future's Digital Academy, finished the race with a smile on her face.

Sally Caughey Capgemini

A important partnership to help young people

Like Code Your Future, the Prince's Trust is one of Capgemini UK's many digital partners. Capgemini UK is a Gold Patron of the charity and pledged to help change the lives of 600 disadvantaged young people in the UK by teaching them the skills that they need to develop a career in today’s digital economy. 

Through the 'Future Leaders' programme, officially launched by Gareth Southgate, Capgemini UK and the Prince's Trust are helping young people become self-aware and build confidence for career success.

Sally Capgemini

A family affair 

As with many Capgemini events, the race was a family affair that involved the entire Capgemini community - both staff and their loved ones.

Paul Margetts, member of the Capgemini Group Executive Committee, completed the ride with his daughter Ella. 

Capgemini Executive Committee

Medals of congratulations

At the end of the ride, the Capgemini UK participants received well-deserved medals from the Prince's Trust to mark their contribution to a worthwhile cause.

Prince's trust capgemini

Of course, celebrations were due, in the form of some baked goods to reenergize the participants.

Cakes Capgemini UK

"What a day! ⁦⁦So proud of our ⁦Capgemini UK team," commented Bethan Richmond, CR&S Manager at Capgemini UK.

The Prince's Trust event goes to show that at Capgemini UK there's more to work than a career. It's also about teamwork, family and making a positive difference to the community.

Capgemini bike race

Make a difference in your career at Capgemini UK

If you want your career to make a positive social impact, you should note that Capgemini employees are committed to helping communities harness the opportunities of digital technology.

If this sounds like something for you, take a look at Capgemini's exciting job vacancies and see where your career will take you.

 

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