Investment Quorum CEO runs charity half marathon in Sierra Leone

Has raised £100,000 since 2012

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Petronella West, CEO at Investment Quorum, said: "The impact of the work which Street Child has carried out over the past ten years is overwhelming and the number of children attending school is consistently rising."
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Petronella West, CEO at Investment Quorum, said: "The impact of the work which Street Child has carried out over the past ten years is overwhelming and the number of children attending school is consistently rising."

Chief executive of Investment Quorum, Petronella West, has raised nearly £14,000 for Street Child, a Sierra Leone-based charity, by taking part in a half marathon this month.

Set up in 2008, the foundation is committed to helping vulnerable children gain an education in Asia and Africa. The Sierra Leone Marathon, which first took place in 2012, is a run in 30 degree ...

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