A charitable giving page has been set up in memory of Curtis Banks marketing and communications expert Greg Kingston who died last month.
Kingston died on 25 July after being hit by a car while walking back to his hotel in the French Alps. He had gone for a motorcycling trip after the lockdown restrictions had been lifted.
Kingston's family would like his untimely death to help others and so two charities have been chosen in his memory. The first is Parkinson's UK which was close to his heart and the second is SERVSC, a charity that provides essential service to five local NHS hospitals.
Kingston trained to be a volunteer but for SERVSC but couldn't commit to the time, despite being passionate about the cause. Anything big or small would be greatly appreciated and will mean his memory and legacy live on.
If you would like to make a donation in his memory, please follow this link.
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