We’re very proud to support such a worthwhile charity, due to our close connection with individuals living with the condition. Over the course of this year we aim to raise £5000 for the charity through various internal activities and external challenges, with some really pushing our team to their max.
Challenge 1 – Snowdonia Etape Eryri 2017
We will be taking part in the Snowdonia Etape Eryri on the 11th June 2017. The Snowdonia Etape Eryri is firmly recognised as one of the UK’s very best cycling events, taking you around the best roads, views and of course climbs Snowdonia National Park.
With an incredibly high difficulty rating, the Snowdonia Etape Eryri is by no means an easy challenge for Patrick Wyly our FD tackling the trail. To support Patrick on his huge challenge you can donate through this direct link on the Justgiving website.
Challenge 2 – Colshaw Hall 10K
Senior Account Manager John Grobicki and Credit Control Manager Sharon Mahon are taking on the Colshaw Hall 10K on the 25th June. They’re both taking the event seriously and have dusted off their trainers and have started to clock up some extra running miles in preparation for the big race.
It’s a fantastic way to raise awareness of the hard work the MS Society supports as well as being a big challenge for our team. To support John and Sharon you can donate through this direct link on the Justgiving website.
Challenge 3 – Snowdonia Climb
On the 15th July Sean Mattingley, Paul Londei, John Wilson & Terry Dorricott from our Guildford Office are tackling the highest mountain in Wales. Snowdon is a one of the most challenging climbs in the UK as our team will have to trek to the top of Wales to conquer Mount Snowdon at an elevation of 3,560ft.
Tackling Snowdon is a huge challenge for our team and they’d really appreciate your support with to hit their donation target. To support Sean Paul, John and Terry on their upward hike you can donate through this direct link on the Justgiving website.
Challenge 4 – Rough Runner
Our final challenge of the season comes at the end of autumn as we encounter mud, sweat and tears at Manchester’s infamous Rough Runner challenge.
Hosted in the South Manchester countryside are obstacles erected to show us just how unfit we all are, but we’re hoping to have some fun along the way. We’d really appreciate your help to raise some money by visiting this direct link on the Justgiving website.
It’s going to be a very busy and challenging year ahead at Square 1 Products, but we look forward to smashing our personal challenges and raising awareness and money for the MS Society.
We hope to raise £5000 from kind donations from our friends, family and generous customers. Please donate all you can to help support us so we can support the MS Society in return.
The best way to donate is through our JustGiving page. It’s simple, fast, and totally secure. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity.