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The Red Rubber Ball Social and Charity Committee

Our MD Dev Nayak recently ran a triathlon for an independent UK charity ‘The Red Rubber Ball Foundation’. Dev’s heroic efforts managed to raise enough money to send a child in Kenya through her entire High School education. The child Dev managed to put through High School was a young girl called Mercy and she recently sent us a video saying thanks for the support and to let us know how she was getting on in school.
Seeing this video and how the funds Dev raised managed to change a young girl’s life, all of us at dsp wanted to help and support The Rubber Ball Foundation. This led to dsp setting up a Social and Charity Committee, to raise money and awareness for this great charity.
The Social and Charity Committee have put together the following mission statement and mandate;
“Mission Statement: To raise donations to our chosen charity “Red Rubber Ball” through a mixture of social and fun events for the employees and associates at dsp.
Mandate: We aim to change the lives of at least 4 children per year with a mixture of charity, social and subscription events. We will also aim to help raise the profile of our chosen charity and aiding in any way possible.”
Keep an eye out for the Committee’s first event, details will be released soon!

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