Many of HFG’s staff take part in charity events outside of work, raising money for charities that are close to them.

Below are some of the fundraising events that HFG staff have taken part in and also a list charities who we have supported.

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HFG Charity Golf Days: 2014 – 2022

Through some of our recent charity golf days, HFG have raised in excess of £7000 for charities including JDRF, Dementia UK, Spinal Research UK, Make-A-Wish Foundation and Step by Step.

Our most recent Charity Golf Day in October 2021 at Burhill Golf Club raised £920 for Step by Step – a school for children with autism.

To find out more about our Golf Days, please click here.

2.6 Challenge – April 2020

In April 2020, 26 members of the HFG team ran, walked or cycled 2.6 miles each in aid of Spinal Research.

We were delighted to raise £330 for the charity which was over our initial target!

Tower Bridge Primary School – Gardening Project – July 2019

Part of the HFG team spent two days at Tower Bridge Primary School to assist the Groundskeeper in renovating the playground area for the start of the new school year. This involved replacing the old flower beds and getting muddy along the way!

Robes Homeless Shelter – July 2019

Two groups from HFG assisted the Robes team at their Wendesday club homeless shelter. You can find out more here:

Bournemouth & Beachyhead Marathons – October 2017

In October 2017, HFG’s Finance Consultant Adam Saunders and his friend David Tobin ran two marathons.  As a warm up, they ran the Bournemouth Marathon on October 8th, followed by the Beachy Head Marathon, which includes over 4,300ft of ascent during the run (about the height of Ben Nevis).  As a result of their efforts, Dave and Adam raised over £2400 (486% of their target!) for Rockinghorse Children’s Charity which was close to their hearts. Fantastic effort guys!

HFG Cricket League – End of season awards 

Since it’s inception in 2011, the HFG Cricket League has continued to be a big hit with our clients, and an excellent opportunity to raise money for charity.

To find out more about HFG’s Cricket League, please click here.

HFG Asia – Volunteering work – Willing Hearts – January 2017IMG_3303

Our Asia team spent the day with Willing Hearts, a charity that provides much needed food and supplies to the community. Our team helped prepare and cook the food to be sent out.

JDRF – Ride to Cure 

In both 2014 and 2017, teams from HFG took part in the JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes raising over £1400 for JDRF.

Women in Insurance Events

A key part of HFG’s Women in Insurance events is to raise money for Charity.  At our most recent events, we raised £420 for Target Ovarian Cancer.

London Marathon 

Over the years, many HFG Consultants have ran the London Marathon in aid of a number of charities.  This includes Managing Director William Gallimore who ran with Jason Sykes to raise £30,000 for Spinal Research.

Charity Boxing Match, 11th October 2014

In 2014, two consultants from HFG competed in charity boxing matches, raising £185 for CSC Childrens Surgical Center in Cambodia and £800 for RFU Injured Players Foundation.

Beauty And The Beast Half Marathon, Trail Plus (Camberley Caper), Salamon Turbo X Trail Run
From 2011 to 2012, director Mark Dainty took part in three charity runs, raising a total of £887.10 in 2011 and £3,242.14 in 2012.

2014 ‘Run To Beat’ for St. Barnabas House Hospice
In September 2014 Charlotte Fry and James Austin took part in a charity run, raising £303.75 for St Barnabas House Hospice.

Laseiro And The Book Bus

HFG is also involved with LaSERiO (London and South East Region International opportunities). This involvement has provided life-changing opportunities for those aged 13-17 who are selected to take part in the programme.


5 year old Kirsty was selected to travel to Malawi for three weeks in August 2014. Whilst there, she worked closely with ‘The Book Bus’. The charity is primarily concerned with the support of schools in Third World nations such as Zambia, Malawi, Ecuador, and India. Kirsty was involved in supplying books and encouraging children in under privileged villages to read through storytelling, role play, creative arts and music. For further information on the charity, please have a look at The Book Bus.