Sense International helps deafblind people in less developed countries to communicate, connect, interact and flourish
Sense International provides specialist training, information and support to ensure that every person living with deafblindness can achieve their full potential
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Sense International works in partnership to provide services and raise awareness of the needs of deafblind people and their families so they can connect, participate and contribute to their communities.
Dragon Boat 2013Our Dragon Boat Race is an ideal team-building challenge. We are now taking registrations for the 2013 event!
When: 11 July 2013
Where: Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, London
Registration fee: £50 per person
Minimum sponsorship: £110 per person
Teams: between 8 - 11 people
Why not slip into your team's chosen fancy dress outfit and embark with them to paddle frantically on the Thames in an attempt to beat all other competitors and take home the Sense Dragon Boat Cup?! And afterwards, share a well-deserved barbeque.
Our Dragon Boat Race is an ideal team-building challenge. This year it will take place in Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, London, a new and exciting venue just minutes from Canada Water and Surrey Quays tube stations.
To register a team, or to receive further information, please contact Sarah by email on email@example.com, or call 020 7014 9347.
Spread the word
Invite other companies to sign up to the Dragon Boat Race and for every successful referral you’ll be in for the chance of winning a weekend away for two!
Last year's fun
Seventeen teams from a range of our corporate partners participated in our 2012 Dragon Boat Race. All teams took part in a series of heats with the fastest four going through to the final. With race times often very close, the Sackers team completed the challenge as winners, with a time of 1.18.79.
Other companies who took part included KPMG, Rendall & Rittner, Ernst & Young, Heidrick & Struggles and Lantmannen.Corporate teams' members commented on how much they had enjoyed the camaraderie of the race, its competitive element and the chance to socialise with colleagues at the barbeque and bar after the event.
"The Sackers crew were absolutely delighted to take part in this event for Sense. Great fun and we were, of course, really over the moon (and stunned!) to have taken the trophy against stiff competition from another 17 teams. A fantastic effort from everyone involved to have raised over £27,000 on the night. See you next year."
David Saunders, Sackers
Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, London