MyCSP employees complete Tough Mudder North West raising over £1200 for charity
23 Sep 2016
A team of six employee partners from local pensions services provider MyCSP, has completed a gruelling 12 mile military-style obstacle course raising £1,260 for Cancer Research.
MyCSP donated £500 matched funding through the MyCSP Community Fund to help staff from its Liverpool office raise their target of £1,000.
MyCSP employees John Handley, Brendan Kavanagh, Adam Lawson, Scott McGee, Graeme Rowe and Jane Hutchinson completed the 12 mile course which consisted of fire, ice pools, electric shocks, barbed wire and lots of mud at the Tough Mudder North West event on 10 September.
John Handley, HR Director at MyCSP who completed the course alongside his five colleagues, said: “Cancer Research is a charity close to all our hearts as so many lives are touched by this terrible illness. Crawling though the smelliest mud imaginable and sacrificing the skin from our knees in exchange for some valuable donations meant it was all worthwhile! We’re extremely grateful for the money donated by MyCSP’s Community Fund which went a long way in helping to achieve our target.”
David Boardman, Communications Director, MyCSP, said, “We are exceptionally proud of all our staff who dedicate time and effort to raising money for charity and helping great causes. This is exactly the type of endeavour the Community Fund was set up to support and we were delighted to help.”Back to news