Massive £ 180,606.35 from Hope 66 Ride

The Hope 66 Team

As the GM Fundraising Hope 66 Team gets out of their Lycra and back to their respective day jobs, the charity Team are thrilled to announce that they have raised an incredible £180,606.35 for Hope House Children’s Hospices.

This is the largest amount ever raised in a single event by GM Fundraising and by some considerable margin and it seems overwhelming that the original target of £75,000 was surpassed by over £100,000.

More than ever the industry and their friends and families have got behind this latest charity adventure from GM Fundraising and the impact of social media and the blog has also done much to spread the word. Not only have the riders and support teams experienced the challenge of a lifetime, but also they have helped raise considerable and much needed funds for Hope House.

GM Fundraising is now hoping to surpass the £1mllion mark for Hope House at their Christmas Extravaganza, where just a few tables remain. It seemed unconceivable at the time, that a charity that was launched in 1995 by Gary Morton and a few industry friends has raised such an inspiring amount, testament to their commitment and those who have participated and supported the events over the years.

Moreover, little did the team of GM Fundraising think that back in 2005 when they set off on their first cycling adventure from John O’Groats to Lands End that they would go on to ride across Europe and North America twice. Collectively these cycling events have raised over £405,000.

Profix Group Director Alan Sadler commented “I am honoured to be part of the GM Fundraising team and hope that whatever I can contribute to the ongoing support for Hope House that it will will help the children and families who depend on the fantastic care they provide”

About Sadleronline

Alan Sadler born June 24th 1964 in Birmingham, England married with 3 children and now living in Staffordshire. Managing Director of The Profix Group incorporating Profix Ltd, Fabstore Ltd and Trinity Construction Partnership Ltd he trained as a Carpenter after leaving school. Following his apprenticeship he created a labour agency at the age of 22 called Sadler Design Installation. This was in the early years of the PVCu window industry boom and it was not long until he was providing skilled craftsmen to window manufacturing companies and Local Authorities for their commercial contracts. Due to many commercial contracts awarded and due to the large quantities of product the company was buying it was a natural progression to start their own manufacturing business to supply the Private Sector. Profix have a long history of success in the commercial market for the installation of windows, doors, conservatories and other associated products including Composite doors as our customer base will bear testament. The Profix Group also supply other window and door manufactures including installers with products and components through our online business portal Fabstore which has been marketing and trading online since 2003. “My outlook on life is simple, love your family, work hard, have fun and try to help others less fortunate than yourself, I do a bit of charity work which usually means punishing myself in some sport related scheme and trust me I am no sportsman ! I have had much success (and a few failures) in my working life and hopefully by sharing some of my life experiences will help generations of budding entrepreneurs to follow.” Alan Sadler
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