Metro Bank colleagues in Sheffield take on mammoth challenge in support of Bluebell Wood Hospice
Colleagues from Metro Bank’s Sheffield store have committed to exercise from their home town to Sheffield, Massachusetts, USA – a whopping 3,279 miles away.
The colleagues taking part in the challenge are Chris Gore, David Ryder, Tom Williams, David Ryder, Kyle Thomas, Sarah Cotterill, Liv Wade, Ben Shanks, Laura Black, Jordan Spence, Ryan Stopford, Rich Sherwin, Steven Newton, Mark Langohr, Andrea Ottewell, Howard Mills, Michele Slate and Jack Butler.
Everyone has taken up the challenge and whether they walk, run, cycle or swim – every mile has to be logged to reach their target. Together, they have set a goal to raise £500 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
Metro Bank is the UK’s best community bank and colleagues are encouraged to support local good causes with each staff member having one paid day to volunteer.
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is a home from home for families facing the toughest of times offering care for children and young adults whose lives are sadly just too short, both in their own homes and at our hospice in North Anston. Every day, the hospice needs to raise almost £14,000 to keep its doors open, as only around 15% of its funding is from the government.
Sheffield’s Metro Bank store manager Chris Gore said: “It’s a mammoth challenge, but we are up for it.
“We want to raise as much as we can for such a fantastic charity.”