We Build The Future was delighted with the generous support from fit-out and refurbishment specialist Pexhurst at their charity golf event. The day out was a hole-in-one success, raising essential funds for the charity’s mission to improve cancer prevention, detection, and treatment, while also providing assistance to industry workers dealing with the impact of cancer.
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A team of four cyclists took on the gruelling London to Brighton Bike Ride on September 10th, completing the challenge alongside thousands of other riders and raising vital funds for built environment cancer charity, We Build The Future.
We Build The Future’s Sun-safe site boards are being displayed on two Kent construction sites as part of a campaign to help reduce the risk and incidence of skin cancer amongst people working in the built environment industries.
We sat down with Steve Cookson, independent roofing consultant, to chat through his experience of having skin cancer and his advice as a survivor.
Built environment cancer charity, We Build The Future, is looking for cyclists to hit the streets and raise funding as part of a marathon 55-mile bike ride from London to Brighton.
An innovative, interactive sun-safe campaign has been launched by construction-based charity, We Build the Future, to reduce skin cancer risks for outdoor workers.
The Board have identified that We Build The Future is in need of a trustee with an interest in fundraising to help us develop an effective fundraising strategy. This will be to provide sustainable income in the medium to long term, which in turn will enable us to expand our charitable activities.
Built environment cancer charity, We Build the Future, has successfully developed and run a pilot project to provide construction workers at London’s King’s Cross with a free-to-attend drop-in clinic where they can meet with a medical practitioner to discuss any medical issues, including issues relating to cancer.
King’s Cross is one of the largest regeneration projects in London, spanning 67 acres of office, retail and leisure space with over 1,700 homes on completion and 27 acres of public space – a mix of parks, streets, squares, and gardens. Construction work started on-site in 2007 and is set to complete in 2024, and the scheme continues to involve many site operatives, contractors, and consultants.
Trustees Richard Harral and Andy Von Bradsky are presenting at the Construction Week Wellbeing in Construction summit on October 6 where WBTF will formally launch its ‘Be Well’ strategy to improve health outcomes for people working in the Built environment industries.
Construction and built environment sector charity, We Build the Future, has today officially launched the 2019 Cake Bake – a competition where participants go head to head for the honour of being named Cake Bake King or Queen and in the process, raise money to improve the prevention, detection and treatment of cancer and also support industry workers dealing with its impact.