In association with the KM Charity Team, True Telecom has presented an IPad Mini to Aimee Smith, the highest fundraiser at this year’s KM Charity Assault Course Challenge.
Aimee individually raised a total of £434.00 at the charity Assault Course Challenge on Saturday 3rd October at Betteshanger Country Park, with her fundraising efforts spilt between the KM Charity and the Haemophilia society.
Thirty seven teams of six people from across the county braved water jumps, tunnels, balance beams and a rope walk to raise a record breaking £15,000 for charity.
Dominic Comins of the KM Charity Team said: “I am delighted that our intrepid teams had such a fantastic day out and raised £15,000 – beating last year’s charity total by more than £1,000!”
Stuart Griffiths, CEO of True Telecom commented, “We’ve seen huge growth as a business over the past few months and nothing makes us come together more than supporting charitable causes in our local area. Congratulations to Aimee for raising a great deal of money for two fantastic causes – we hope she enjoys the iPad. We are always delighted to work with the KM Charity Team and support the local community in Kent.”
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