Bupa Employees Hit The High Spots For Charity
Monday, April 7th, 2014
on behalf of Bupa Care Services
Ten volunteers from the company have signed up for the charity fundraiser, which will see them hoisted 150ft in the air by a crane before zipping along a wire to traverse the river.
Each volunteer has pledged to raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship for the event with all proceeds going to Alzheimer Scotland. The funds raised by Bupa’s team will form part of the company’s match funding scheme – so at the very least £2000 should be raised.
Staff from all areas of Bupa Care Services – who run 30 care homes in Scotland – will be taking part in the challenge on April 13.
“We know the money raised will help provide top quality care and support for those affected by dementia across the country.
“Zipping 700ft across the River Clyde isn’t something I thought I would be doing but raising money for such an important cause is a great motivator.
“Hopefully all of our employees will have a fun and memorable day at the Zipslide event and raise a good amount of money in the process.”
Catherine Thomas, Corporate and Trusts Fundraising Manager for Alzheimer Scotland, said: “Bupa is a major provider of residential care for people with dementia in Scotland.
“Our joint events have raised not only awareness, but also much-needed funds to support people living with the illness all over Scotland.
“The funds raised from this event will help us provide a network of Dementia Advisors and Dementia Nurses in care homes across Scotland as well as help to fund the Dementia Research Centre and the 24-hour helpline.”
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