We climbed Mount Snowdon for charity

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On 17th May 2019, twenty-two of our DWS team members took part in a challenging hike up Mount Snowdon. With a fundraising goal of £4,000, we hope to gain the support of the Channel to help the four organisations; The Red Lipstick Foundation, National Deaf Children’s Society, Zoe’s Place and Tree of Hope. Each charity was chosen by a Digital Wholesale Solutions employee or partner.

The Red Lipstick Foundation offer services to families in Hampshire who have been bereaved by suicide. It was founded by the close family and friends of red lipstick-loving Brittany who took her own life on the day before her 20th birthday.

The National Deaf Children’s Society help children and families to overcome the social and educational barriers that prevent deaf children from having the same opportunities as everyone else.

Tree of Hope helps to transform the lives of sick children. They are currently raising funds to help pay for surgery for 13 year old Leo who is living with Cerebral Palsy, Spastic Diplegia. If they reach their target of £40,000, Leo will undergo life changing surgery that will enable him to learn to walk again.

Zoe’s Place is a baby hospice that provides passionate palliative, respite and end-of-life care to babies and infants, up to the age of 6, with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. They also offer bereavement services to parents who have lost a child.

We’re hoping to raise as much money as possible for these fantastic causes, to donate, please click here.

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