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New chair of trustees appointed

We are delighted to welcome back Christopher Stephens as chair of the Foundation’s trustees. He previously led the Foundation until 2011, during which time he guided the charity through a period of transition from being the Exel Foundation to becoming the DHL UK Foundation. Chris was Group Human Resources Director of Exel (now DHL) until […]

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Now or never!

Applications for the 2015 Outward Bound mentoring programme are now open. 2015 will be the last year that the programme exists in this form. In future we will be working with Outward Bound to develop longer term relationships with the students, as we believe this will better help achieve their full potential. So if you […]

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Prudential Ride London Surrey 100 places! Closing date 2 May

Missed out on the public ballot for the Prudential Ride London Surrey 100? You can still race 30,000 other cyclists on the iconic course, by joining The Outward Bound Trust. The Trust has places for the Ride London event taking place on 2nd August 2015. You need to apply to the Trust, pay £50 registration […]

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Congratulations to John Allan

John Allan CBE, current chair of the DHL UK Foundation’s trustees, has been appointed as chairman of Tescos and has taken over from Sir Richard Broadbent on 1 March 2015. His old colleagues at Deutsche Post DHL Group and everyone at the Foundation would like to offer him their congratulations on this challenging and high […]

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Community Heroes 2015

The search for the 2015 Community Heroes is on! Key dates to remember are: • 23 February – applications/nominations open – go to heroes.dhlukfoundation.org to complete the simple online form • 27 March – close of applications • 1 May – applicants advised whether they have been shortlisted • 5 June – awards ceremony – […]

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London marathon 2015 places available with Outward Bound

Outward Bound have five London Marathon 2015 places available. They ask each participant to apply to run with them via their online application from on their website  noting your company name. They ask for a £150 registration fee and an individual pledge to raise £1750 (minimum) which will go towards helping underprivileged young people get […]

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