On Saturday the 22nd October our D2 colleague Louis Szymanski took part in the Mustard Tree’s Tough Mudder fundraiser event in Manchester’s Heaton Park. He worked as a team with some of his colleagues from the Transpennine Route Upgrade West Alliance, taking on an obstacle course filled with climbing, running, mud and even an ice bath. Louis raised £328 in support of the charity, all money raised will be used to provide support, clothing, furniture, and food to people facing poverty in Manchester and Salford.
The Mustard Tree believe in a Greater Manchester where everyone has the opportunity to be a connected, valued and contributing member of society. They create opportunities for people to help themselves through providing practical support, friendship, connections into work, improvements to health and wellbeing plus new experiences to encourage aspiration.
To help support the Mustard Tree please click on the link Louis’ personal ‘Just Giving’ site and make a donation.
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