Weller and Wagstaff undertake CASCAID onesie challenge

Raised £2,000

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Tim Weller and Helen Wagstaff pose for onesie challenge
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Tim Weller and Helen Wagstaff pose for onesie challenge

Incisive Media group chairman Tim Weller and Helen Wagstaff, founder of CASCAID and managing director of MiP, have completed their onesie challenge raising over £2,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Incisive Media group chairman Tim Weller and Helen Wagstaff, founder of CASCAID and managing director of MiP, have completed their onesie challenge raising over £2,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). CASCAID is an asset management initiative to raise £1m for GOSH, after successfully raising over £2m for Cancer Research UK last year. At an event to kick off this year's fund raising activities earlier in 2018, Weller sponsored Wagstaff £1,000 to wear a onesie for the day, while he in turn was sponsored £1,000 by Craig Walton, founder of Asset TV, to do the same. The pair don...

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