Cancer patients across the north west and rugby players who have suffered life-changing injuries are among those who will benefit after Tecmark raised more than £11,000 for the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) during 2015.
The final total of £11,175 was raised over three different events this year, and contributed towards a record year for the SPF.
The SPF supports the Christie Hospital in Manchester and Try Assist, who aid rugby league players whose lives are affected by serious injuries.
In June, Tecmark donated £1,200 to the SPF after successfully launching our ‘Six of the Best’ competition.
Managing director Richard Heyes and account manager Mike Wainwright raised £9,565 in October when they formed part of a team scaling Mt Kilimanjaro in just five days.
And last month nine members of the Tecmark team generated a further £410 by completing Manchester’s ‘Survival of the Fittest’ 10km assault course.
Tecmark managing director Richard Heyes said: “We’re proud to support the Steve Prescott Foundation and we hope our contributions this year will have made a difference to a fantastic charity.”
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