Property Services team walks 106km to raise vital funds for Motor Neurone Disease
Congratulations to the team from United Living Property Services (ULPS), who recently took part in the Isle of Wight Challenge, walking the entire 106km coastline of the Isle of Wight to raise vital funds and awareness for Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
The weather was kind to our team, but it was still an extremely tough two days resulting in lots of aching backs, sore legs and blistered feet….as a consequence, there has been much hobbling about the office without any shoes.
The team took part in the walk to raise funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MND). A charity close to the heart of Operations Manager, Tommy Nightingale whose mum was diagnosed with the disease two years ago, and thanks to the generosity of family, friends, colleges & supply chain, have raised almost £16,000.
The team consisted of Conor Bray, David Rooney, Paul Maghie, Andrew Broadbent, Tommy Nightingale, Jamie Thomson, David Tarantiuk, Andy Morrison, Jonathan Phillips and Jonathan Evans.
Well done, team ULPS!
If anyone would like to donate, you can do so via this link – http://ow.ly/LhVt50FkGsd.