Posted: 06 / 08 / 2021
On Saturday 25th September, a group of Sedulo team members dubbed the ‘Sedulo Summit Squad’ will be taking on the gruelling challenge of hiking the National Three Peaks in order to raise money for mental health charity, Mind.
The Summit Squad members include Hannah Anderton, Rhys Price, Maddie Ham, Jonathan Fisher, Emily Bradley, Jacob Haigh and Brad Britch, with all seven set to climb the UK’s three highest peaks – Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Mt Snowdon.
The Three Peaks attempt is all for a good cause with every penny raised from the challenge goes towards supporting people facing mental health problems across England and Wales through the work of Mind. The charity, along with their 40,000-strong campaigners, provide care and services to those facing stress, depression and feelings of crisis alone; a cause which is close to the heart of our team.
Of the challenge, Data Analyst at Sedulo, Hannah Anderton, said:
“This is by far the hardest physical task most of us have set ourselves, but we are doing so to raise money for the incredible Mind, a charity dedicated to supporting people through mental health problems and campaigning to promote awareness, respect and understanding.
Our mental health is so important, and Mind work to empower individuals as well as campaigning for improved services and awareness.
All of us are affected by mental health. By donating to this fundraiser you will help Mind to continue developing their specialised care resources, and campaigning capacity so that no one has to suffer alone.”
All donations, however big or small, are hugely appreciated and all make a genuine difference; both to help motivate the team through every training day and keep us going over the mountains, but most of all the funds will help Mind to provide vital support and advice to those suffering from a mental health issue.