This year, Eurolite’s Managing Director, Sam Nuckey will be climbing, kayaking and cycling to support terminally ill children.
She’ll be joined by 11 other industry ladies to take part in GM fundraising’s 2020 Peak, Paddle, Pedal women-only event to raise money for Hope House Children’s Hospice.
Like her teammates, Sam has pledged to raise at least £3,000, but knowing our big-hearted business leader, she’ll be going all out to smash that target for this worthy cause!
Gary Morton, founder of GM Fundraising, said: “Our first women-only event back in 2017, Paddle2Pedal, was an incredible success and the team managed to raise over £100,000 between them. This year, it’s the 25th anniversary of GM Fundraising and it would be fantastic to see the Peak, Paddle, Pedal team raise even more.”
The event takes place over eight days in August, during which Sam will ascend and descend Snowdon, kayak 150 miles down the River Severn and cycle the 150 miles back to Hope House in Oswestry, Shropshire.
We hope you’ll join us in wishing Sam and her teammates the very best of luck as they start their training and embark on their biggest challenge yet. You can keep an eye out for further updates by following #GMFPPP and #forthekids on social media – and if you’d like to sponsor their efforts, you can donate here.
About GM Fundraising
Since it was established in 1995, GM Fundraising has raised almost £2 million for Hope House Children’s Hospices, which provides palliative care for children with terminal conditions and support for their families, both on site and in their homes. Learn more.
For more information or to speak to the knowledgeable, friendly team call 01772 672 020 or visit www.eurolite.co.uk