D2 Rail is delighted to announce that our four brave members of staff; Chloe Brown and Rebecca Mercer from our Information Management Team, Neeraj Ajit Sukumaran from our Project Controls Team and Rick Webdale from our Visualisations Team, have successfully completed their ‘Urban Challenge’ in Ancoats, in Manchester City Centre.
The team have been raising funds for The Mustard Tree and having set an ambitious target of £400 initially, they managed to smash that further, by raising a fantastic total of £805 – 200% more than the target!
Many thanks to all those that donated and huge congratulations to our fearless team, for throwing themselves (literally!) at this event, their efforts in completing this challenge and their commitment to this worthwhile local cause.
This is all part of D2 Rail’s pledge to Homeless charity Mustard Tree, supporting them in their work, to help people across Greater Manchester in poverty and facing homelessness.
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