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PiP Complete Tough Mudder In Memory of Caleb Smith & Tim Morris

Monday 14th May 2018


On Saturday 5th May a team of 27 from Performance in People (PiP) travelled up to Fawley, Henley on Thames and completed the full Tough Mudder assault course in memory of two people close to our hearts at PiP; Tim Morris who was a former employee, and Caleb Smith who was the son of a former employee Geoff, who supported our team and took part in the challenge.

WE’VE EXCEEDED OUR FUNDRAISING GOAL!

This year we wanted to raise £1,000 for the Isle of Wight Kidney Patient Association and the Isle of Wight Children’s Ward at St Mary's Hospital; both of which played a massive role in supporting Caleb and Tim during their lifetime. We’re absolutely thrilled to share that we have exceeded our fundraising target with our current total at £1,260.00! This money will make a huge difference to these two charities; it will support patients who receive dialysis treatment ensuring they’re as comfortable as possible and enhance the work of the local NHS by providing the ‘extras’ which are not automatically funded.

If you haven’t had a chance to donate but would still like to support our cause it’s not too late! Donate here >

GETTING MUDDY!

Below are a few snaps from the day to give you an idea of the challenges the team were up against!

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