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Help the White Rally teams raise £33k for NSPCC ChildLine

Team Grubozaboyschikov were the overall winners of the White Hat Rally
Team Grubozaboyschikov were the overall winners of the White Hat Rally

The overall winners were 'Team Grubozaboyschikov' led by Martin Law, Best Efforts for Car was won by 'From Portcullis With Love', team 'Roberts in a Midget' won the Endurance Award and the Winner of Challenges was 'The Procrastinator' team. So far the teams have raised £25 000 for NSPCC ChildLine and now it is your turn to be a hero and help them get to their target of £33 000 by making a small donation.

To donate click on the Donate button on www.infosec.co.uk/rally and pick the team that you want to support.

“We all reached Venice .....eventually”, said Malcolm Marshall, White Hat Rally Committee Chair, &  Flying Vase Team Leader.  “One team had to catch the train from Locarno and the Odd Jobs arrived close to midnight, despite driving one of the newest cars in the rally. 

“The planning has already started for next years rally, 'Carry on Camping' which will go from Brighton to Blackpool  from 1 - 3 July.  So start practising your dirty Sid James laughs, Kenneth Williams quotes and put on your Barbara Windsor bikinis!”, said Marshall.

"The White Hat Rally 2010 was once again a memorable weekend for all involved. It could not have happened without the dedication of the White Hat Rally Committee over the past nine months, with a special thanks to Nicola Hancock and Malcolm Marshall”, said Katie Hau, Development Manager - Special Events and Leadership Support, NSPCC.  “All of us at ChildLine are grateful to all the teams and the generosity of everyone who sponsored the rally and teams. It is thanks to all of you we have so far raised over £25,000 for ChildLine. This could pay for 50 new PCs in our ChildLine bases, which would be used to give one-to-one online counselling sessions to worried children who may have nobody else to turn to. A big thank you from ChildLine."

If you haven't yet donated but would like to help NSPCC it's simple to do at www.infosec.co.uk/rally


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