GHT Tough Mudder Team showed their strength for people living with HIV
After 6 weeks of ‘training’, 5 amazing people took on 26 gruelling obstacles over a 12 mile course to raise much needed funds for George House Trust. The team of mudders included our regular giving manager Leroy and brave volunteers Liam, Stephen, Meg and Natasha.
The challenge took place on Sunday the 10th September at Cholmondeley Castle where the team had to face iced waters, overcome big heights, power through electric volts and of course fight their way through lots and lots of mud!
Liam, one of the participants said
"It was the hardest but most amazing experience of my life, I've hurt my ankle and every muscle in my body hurts but I would do it all again in a heartbeat if it made just a small bit of difference to somebody’s life."
Collectively the team have so far raised £2,483.00 from the generosity of friends, family and supporters but there’s still time to show your support and reward the team for all of their hard work by making a safe and secure donation on the participants pages - Leroy, Liam, Stephen, Megan and Natasha - via Just Giving.
Regular Giving manager Leroy said
"Thank you to everybody who has supported so far and is making a positive difference to somebody’s life with HIV. The course was tough but there are people we support that are facing bigger battles and although I’m in pain, I’m happy that with your help we are all standing strong together and improving lives in our community here in Manchester."
Thank you to Tony Molloy at CorptelUK for his continued support to GHT, he sponsored the team to take part and made this muddy fundraiser possible.