SOE and Henry Schein once again teamed up as Henry’s Angels and took on the challenge of the 2017 Moonwalk London to raise awareness of breast cancer. The MoonWalk London has been organised by breast cancer charity Walk the Walk for 20 years, and has helped the charity raise in excess of £119 million for vital breast cancer causes.
For the 6th consecutive year a 17-strong team of Henry’s Angels, led this year by our very own Jonathan Berger, formed team “MoonSchein” and participated in The MoonWalk itself, raising more than £2,000 for the cause. In addition, Henry Schein sent a volunteer group to Clapham Common to take on several important organisational tasks in preparation for the walk.
Henry’s Angels were also joined by Amber Cordingley, future Olympic hopeful from nearby school Brompton Academy, who are also supported by Henry Schein through their Henry Schein Cares programme. Amber joined the team selling temporary tattoos in the big pink tent and on the night joined the Walk the Walk team on stage for part of the official warm up.
Henry’s Angels was formed in January 2011 and have gone from strength to strength, now with a presence in four locations in the UK. The Angels support four projects each year and have already received tremendous support from local companies, hotels and services. Henry’s Angels believe that time is the most valuable commodity they can give and together they can make a big difference.
Henry’s Angels is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/hshenrysangels.
For more information about Walk the Walk, please visit the charity’s web site at www.walkthewalk.org, where entries for the MoonWalk London 2018 are already open.