It's one thing doing good, for those that need it and for Justice.
Having the police, CCRC and others on the constant attack made it even more difficult and yet, Darren continued to give back.
Darren was decorated with the Badge of Honour after he had initiated, funded and developed the Wandsworth BMX championship day event at Kimber Road Skateboard Park and realigned his apprenticeship initiative, he started, during his trial.
An event for all families to attend, reax and enjoy the BBQ, prizes and competition. With participants from every denomination and with fairness and balance to what was a highly successful day.
Darren Thomas Bolger is decorated with the Badge of Honour for Services to the Community (2015) in Wandsworth.
He continues with his business interests of: Construction and his work with as a Philanthropist and Entrepreneur, during a period in his career whilst inventing a global platform connecting the rich and famous to luxury brands as Director and Media Consultant.
Pictured above Darren receiving the Badge of Honour from cllr. Nicola Nardelli (then) Mayor of Wandsworth in the Mayors Parlour at Wandsworth Council and left with the (then) Mayors of the Greater London Boroughts of Richmond Upon Thames and Merton as guest of Joe Macari - Performance Cars in Wandsworth.
Darren was being positively mentioned in the City of London and invited to extend his good work and contacts within the City of London as guest of Lord Mounteavans (previous) Lord Mayor of the City of London during a City Giving Day Charity Event at Mansion House.
This was after attending 'The Whittington Walk' along with 26 Greater London Mayors - a real honour.
Darren is invited to a Curry Lunch upon completion of the Whittington Walk along with 26 Mayors of Greater London.
During the walk from Whittington Hospital to Mansion House in the City of London, Darren donates to the Whittington Hospital Nurses Fund for the construction of their new on-site premises.
Darren continues to support the City of London City Giving Day Event attended by Lord Mounteavans, Sir. Charles Bowman, Sir Andrew Parmeley and Sir Peter Estlin all four of which were to become Lord Mayor of the City of London.
Darren also invited international support from, Miss. Julia Titova (centre front) and extended his contact with Fidelma Hewett (wife) of Master Peter Hewett of the Worshipful Company of Woolmen (right front) and later, at: The Guild of Entrepreneurs.
Darren was invited as special guest by Suited and Booted to attend and support the Church of England and discuss how all religions gain strength to societies and also through businesses.
Suited and Booted Founder, Dr Maria Lenn - pictured centre.
Darren's businesses were constant supporter of the City of London's City Giving Day Charity Events. Supporting and donating whenever able, and always paying a little something towards good charitable causes including, to City Giving Day etc..
(pictured centre Tautvilė Šliažaitė)
Darren attends another City Giving Day Breakfast and invited to sit at the same top-table and meet with CITY AM's Lawson Muncaster (pictured right)
Darren supported and initiated a cyber security initiative for the City of London. Presented to Sir Peter Estlin at his (then) offices at the Central Criminal Court - The Old Bailey over tea and buiscuits.
Peter went on to become Lord Mayor of the City of London the Following year.
Darren regularly attended Livery events and parties. Meeting with and engaging new entrepreneurial initiatives with Masters and all Livery Freemen.
Right is the picture with Master Peter Hewett, Fidelma (his wife) at the Sheep drive accross London Bridge.
Darren's connections, inventions, community and charity work were not unnoticed and the intent to join Darren's company - The Home Club extended throughout the City of London and Beyond.
With dinner at the Private Members Club, the London Capital Club (formerely the Gresham Club), Darren and Lord Leakey (Black Rod) as he was then known, engaged in conversation on their mutual love of Tennis and Westminster generally.
An evening celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Coat of Arms
Darren extended his connections overseas and was invited as special guest at The Government Office in Whitehall for the Caymans 60th Anniversary of their Coat f Arms by HM Queen Elizabeth ll.
Darren was personally introduced to Hon. Alden M McLaughlin, Premier of the Cayman Islands who personally invited him to visit the islands and further introduce new business and expand upon the initial conversation.
Events in the City of London extend through to the Bank of China (pictured right) and The Home Club network is the talk of the City of London.
Darren closed The Home Club to concentrate on writing his nonfiction trilogy, memoirs, art and his love of tennis.