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BY SproutIT


We climbed 3 mountains for charity - and thanks to you all, we were able to support two great charities!


The Sprout Team climbed 3 British Mountains for charity and we could not be happier to announce that we absolutely exceeded our targets. 


We would like to thank you all for your support, we really appreciate all the money donated towards to charity.


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With your help, we managed to donate £525 to CentrePoint, a charity we'd chosen in remembrance of our former colleague, Max. 


Max Carlton-Smith joined Sprout in March 2013, from Viglen, and his strong work ethic and vibrant personality made an immediate impact on the business and his colleagues.  His Microsoft exam pass, shortly after joining, helped Sprout to achieve its first ever Microsoft Gold Partner accreditation.  Max, who tragically passed away in September 2013, is still very fondly remembered at Sprout and his humour is still often a topic of conversation amongst his colleagues.

We also supported SADS UK, in remembrance of our former colleague, Phil Sheaff. We managed to raise £525 to support this charity - thank you for all your donations!

Phil (Dan) Sheaff joined Sprout as employee number 5.  Arriving from New Zealand, Dan was re-named ‘Phil’ (his middle name) as per clerking culture, to avoid name-clash with another ‘Dan’ at Sprout!  Remembered as forever wearing headphones and rarely not talking, he brought a real buzz to Sprout – and the whole of London!.  Phil passed away suddenly, in his sleep, in October 2011.  We still laugh about the time he fell down some stairs, horribly bruising his leg but saving the client monitor he was carrying at the time.  A true Sprout!




We would like to thank you for all your support, see you at the next challenge!


The Sprout Team & our climbers:

Richard Broadfield, Anthony Dacres, Fiona Hamilton, Dimitar Dzhongov, Stacey McDonald, Nick Johnson, Angela McNaughton, Matt Torrens



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