Staff from 4Com presented two cheques of £6,608.23 each to Help for Heroes and Variety, the children’s charity. The money was raised by staff from across the company through taking part in the 3 Peaks Challenge – climbing the three highest mountains in Great Britain in just 24 hours. Daron Hutt, Chairman and owner of 4Com was so impressed with the team that he doubled the amount raised.
The 4Com 3Peaks Team, included staff from across the company. The team prepared for the challenge by undergoing a rigorous army style training schedule for 3 months prior up and over the Purbeck Hills.
The challenge was completed over the 16th/ 17th May and consisted of tackling Scotland’s Ben Nevis, Cumbria’s Scafell Pike and Snowdon in the north of Wales. All three climbs were completed in just 24 hours!!
4Com decided to take the 3Peaks Challenge to help two Charities close to our hearts. Variety children’s charity and Help for Heroes. Not only are they are extremely worthy charities but we have close links to both. Three of the successful 4Com team are ex-military personnel and 4Com have worked closely with Variety for a number of years.
4Com is proud to announce that the 4Com 3Peaks 2Charities 1Challenge raised £13,217.26 this is to be split equally between Help the Heroes and Variety Children’s Charity.
Dean Cartledge-Operations Manager & 3Peaks Leader – “I’m genuinely proud of every single person that took part; their commitment and effort was second to none. To see their faces when they reached each summit made it worth it, and the amount of money they’ve raised is amazing. The support team were superb and this magnificent achievement would not have been possible without them. “
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