Parliament, A Pink Lady and Greenland

At the beginning of July, MNC Director Sara Guiel attended a reception at the House of Commons in London to celebrate talented women in the workplace.  Sara was on her way to listen to the inspiring speakers including Laura Ferris MP, Jess Phillips MP, Sonya Barlow, Mims Davies MP and Nicki Lyons when who should she bump into but none other than the one and only NIcky Chisholm!

It was an excellent opportunity to catch up with Nicky and find out what she has been up to since heading off on her own adventure away from My Networking Club.

Nicky and Sara in London

So here’s Nicky to tell you her news:

Whahoo! I’m off on my next adventure – it’s very big, it’s very scary, super remote and absolutely freezing! I’m heading back to the Arctic Circle to raise much need funds for two very special charities. And this time I am going even further north towards to the actual North Pole!

In October 2022 I will travelling to Greenland to take part in “The Coolest Half Marathon on Earth”. It is a huge undertaking and completely out of my comfort zone, I have been dreaming about it for 4 years, planning for over a year and my relentless training has already started.

Money raised will be divided between two charities Safe in Sussex and Chestnut Tree House. I have long been a supporter of both charities and this year my aim is to raise £5000.

This is one ALMIGHTY MISSION and I am going to need your support to get me to the start line AND over the finish line!

MNC Members already know how dedicated and passionate Nicky is when it comes to her fundraising adventures, and of course, she is fundraising for two wonderful charities that are also MNC Members.  My Networking Club is right behind Nicky’s Greenland expedition (in terms of marketing support – we’re not going to go and carry her bags across the ice!)

Here are some ways any person or business can get involved and support Nicky and the charities:

  • You can follow her progress and spread the mission posts across Social Media. Get involved use Hashtag: #PinkNicky – all her Social Media links are below.
  • Watch and share her once-a-week update from Daisy the Camper Van – Daisy will be her mobile HQ
  • Sign up to be a Corporate Sponsor: Nicky is looking for 10 Businesses – details will be posted on her Socials drop her an email/message if you are interested.
  • Donate on her Just Giving Page
  • Be a Kit Sponsor – she’ll need running and very cold conditions kits
  • Become part of Nicky’s volunteer team. On her team she needs a Personal Trainer, Running Coach, Mindset Coach, Physio and Nutritionist. She’ll also need some virtual cheerleaders!
  • The Random one! Nicky would like to practice running in minus temperatures! Has anyone got a running machine in a super cold warehouse or any practical suggestions?

It was great to meet up with Nicky and get an update from her, we will continue to keep you updated with her adventures and you may see her popping up on MNC socials now and then!

In the meantime, here are those all-important links to her socials and you can always drop her a line at nickyc@daisyvw.com

Nicky C QR Code

Facebook Nicky Chisholm

Facebook DaisyVW

LinkedIn NickyChisholm

Insta NickyChisholm

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