Charity skydive for Coram
Nine brave Hogarthians took to the skies to raise funds for our charity partner Coram. Weeks of fundraising culminated a jump from a plane for 45 seconds of freefall and five minutes of descent under the canopy of a parachute.
Between them our skydivers raised over £3,000 for Coram. This money will go towards preparing three families for adoption, supporting them through the process, as well as helping an additional 300 children access Coram Life Education, the UK’s leading health and drug education programme for schools.
Hogarth has a strong partnership with Coram – in fact our namesake William Hogarth was a life-long patron of Thomas Coram’s Foundling Hospital and a founding governor when it opened in 1740.