Alacrita Launches 2012 Charity Auction of One-to One Lunches with Senior Executives from the Pharmaceutical Industry

Alacrita, the transatlantic firm which is changing the face of life science consulting, is delighted to launch its 2012 Life Sciences Seasonal Appeal. Alacrita is offering the unique opportunity for individuals from the life sciences industry to bid for a two-hour, one-to-one lunch with senior executives from the pharmaceutical industry.

The Appeal aims to raise money for WaterAid, an international non-profit organization that transforms the lives of people in the world’s poorest countries by improving access to safe water and sanitation. Bidding is open from Monday 3rd December and closes on Thursday 13th December and details are available on the Alacrita website.

Senior figures from the pharmaceutical industry who have kindly donated their time to the appeal include:
Bidding on the Alacrita auctions will be open until 13th December, 5pm EST/10pm GMT.
Rob Johnson, Partner at Alacrita, said: “We are thrilled to launch this year’s seasonal appeal to raise funds for WaterAid. 783 million people, or one in ten of the world’s population, live without access to safe water and last year WaterAid reached 1.6 million people with water and 1.9 million people with sanitation in 27 countries. This extremely worthwhile charity has made a significant positive impact on the lives of many people around the world and we are delighted to support its tremendous work. We are also hugely appreciative to the influential industry figures who are donating their time to the appeal. The auction provides the opportunity to spend a couple of hours over lunch building relationships with key pharma decision makers, gaining valuable insights into what science excites them.”
David Winder, CEO of WaterAid, America added: “We are delighted that Alacrita has chosen to donate the proceeds of their charity auction to WaterAid. Every day, 2,000 children die from water-related diseases that could easily be prevented. The funds raised will help us reach more of the world’s poorest people with safe, clean water and sanitation. These vital basic services are essential for saving lives, improving health and reducing poverty in the world’s poorest countries.”

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