Rentokil Initial colleagues cycle 54 miles for Malaria No More UK

8th September 2014 – Twenty-three colleagues from Camberley-based Rentokil Initial cycled 54 miles from London to Brighton yesterday to raise money for the company’s chosen charity, Malaria No More UK. The team received 239 donations, raising more than £6,500 including a corporate donation of £1,000 from Rentokil Initial.

The London to Brighton cycle, which is among the UK events organised through, is one of the most popular fundraising events of the year. The Rentokil Initial team participated in the cycle ride in support of Malaria No More UK, an organisation that works to save and protect millions of lives from malaria.

Jill Rodgers, Area Marketing Director and a member of the Rentokil Initial cycle team, commented: “The whole team is very thankful to all of our sponsors, who have helped us to raise over £6,500 for such a great organisation.  As a global leader in pest control, Malaria No More UK is an important organisation for Rentokil Initial colleagues to support.

“Malaria, which is spread by mosquitoes, is a preventable and treatable disease, which shockingly claims the life of a child every minute. We are delighted to have contributed to such a great cause and look forward to taking part in further challenges in the future.”

Malaria No More UK works for the prevention of the spread of malaria by encouraging governments to place malaria at the top of its international development agenda, and by investing in malaria control projects in Ghana, Botswana and Namibia.

It is not too late to support the Rentokil Initial London to Brighton team, please visit:   For more information about Malaria No More UK or to make a donation, visit

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