Ten of the Add People team have been frantically training for the Bupa Great Manchester Run this weekend. Our 10k team consist of a cross section of people in the business, from Marketing to Human Resources, who have all come together with the aim of raising £800 for The Children Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT), our nominated company charity.
All our runners have been training hard and will be competing against each other to record the best 10k time on Sunday however the main motivation is to raise much needed funds for CAFT. Add People regularly participate in fundraising activities to raise money for the charity that provide a variety of play-led programmes for terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children from all over the North West.
Our HR manager, Kerry Wilcock, comments “We hope our friends, family and generous local people will show their support for us by donating as much as they can, and in doing so, help ensure that a place exists close-by where less-fortunate children can forget illnesses and sorrows and just enjoy themselves.”
To support the runners and help with our fundraising efforts for CAFT, please visit:
Good Luck to all the runners taking part in the Bupa Great Manchester Run and especially to Add People’s own fitness-fanatics, Marcus Webber and Ben Radcliffe, Business Development Specialists; Rachel Rowley and Robyn Lucas-Jones, PPC support; John Delaney and Mike Gavin, Customer Services; Kerry Wilcock, HR Manager; Carl Nybakk, Web Developer; Phil McNulty, Sales Director; and Neil Baker, Marketing Manager.