Livingston James Group Raises Funds for Macmillan Cancer Support with Longest Day Golf Challenge

Livingston James Group is delighted to be supporting Macmillan Cancer Support with its Longest Day Golf Challenge!

We are a purpose-led organisation, driven by the desire to help people and organisations realise their potential. We strive to make an impact not only for our clients, candidates, and colleagues, but also for the communities of which we are a part of. In this regard we define ‘communities’ as the social and environmental causes that are important to us. Throughout the year, we participate in fundraising events for great causes, and many of us serve on the boards of charities close to our hearts.


This summer, several of our employees will be participating in the Longest Day Golf Challenge led by our Captain, Tom Watson, to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Care. This is such a great cause, as so many people are affected by cancer in some way on a daily basis. During the challenge, participants play 72 holes of golf in one day – a demanding task – and any donations would be greatly appreciated!

You can donate to Macmillan here via our fundraising page:

To find out more about the challenge, please visit:


For more information on our Group’s CSR initiatives, or how you can get involved, please visit our community impact page, or get in touch with our team: [email protected].

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