Capacity Europe 2013 - TSF's 5km run
For the second year running team Capacity will take up the challenge of completing a 5km run in Amsterdam in continuing support for Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF). In the early hours of Tuesday 19 November 2013 the team will be running along the streets of Amsterdam to raise money for this worthy cause.
Tuesday 19 November Time:
7:30am (prompt start) Route:
The route will start and finish at the Okura hotel in Amsterdam
Team Capacity aim to reach their target of £2,000!
Challenge Capacity's running team (So far):
Ros Irving, CAPACITYMEDIA
Rhian Collinson, CAPACITY MEDIA
Matthew Tremlett, CAPACITY MEDIA
Chris Burger, CAPACITY MEDIA
Gareth Davies, CAPACITY MEDIAiBASIS team
Edwin van Ierland, iBASIS
Willem Offerhaus, iBASIS
Valerie Tartrou, iBASISWho will be joining the Capacity Team:
Fedor Smith, ATLANTIC- ACM
Miri Shurki, BEZEQ INTERNATIONAL
Yael Shoui, BEZEQ INTERNATIONAL
Ricardo Olloqui, BTS
Rick Evans, CENTURY LINK
David Hutesbaut, HIBERNIA
Simone Bonannini, INTERROUTE
Richard Munday, KEY MANAGMENT SERVICES
Stefana Jolobceastai, NET CONNECT SRL
Matthias Hartmann, NEWTELCO
Margarita Pianova, OXNP
Igor Temnenko, OXNP
Diego Teot, RETELIT
Ricci Riccardo, RETELIT
Jeff August, SQUARE
Travis Cole, SQUARE
Ronald Akkerman, TATA
Steven De Graaf, TATA
Sayed Gharbawy, TE
Ruta Lojkaite, TELSTRA
Norbert Taker, TELSTRA
Jim Clarke, TELSTRA
Axel Henguehle, VERIZON
Fredric Schepens, VODAFONE
Clive Goodwin, VODAFONE
Ravinder Lota, VODAFONE
We need you!
There are two way to help us raise money for TSF:
1. Join our team - If this has already touched your competitive nature do not delay and email Chris Burger now and join the running line-up.The cost to run is £20/ 25. 100% of all donations/entry fees will be donated to TSF.
2. Visit TSF and make a donation!
is the worlds leading non-profit organisation in emergency telecommunications whose aim is to set up critical communications facilities in conflict and natural disaster zones around the world.
Over 15 years, since their foundation in 1998, TSF has deployed emergency relief teams to more than 60 countries on five continents, supporting over 650 relief organisations and providing humanitarian calling operations to hundreds of thousands of people in need. With 24 hour monitoring and hubs in Europe, Central America and Asia, and its office in the USA, TSF is among the first to arrive on the ground after a catastrophe providing an invaluable service and restoring the communications infrastructure.
TSF is a partner of the European Commissions Humanitarian Aid Department (ECHO), the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and UNICEF. TSF was also designated First Emergency Telecoms Responder within the United Nations Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC).
For more info please visit the website: www.tsfi.org