I’m delighted to say that as a team we reached the summit of Snowdon at approximately 1pm after a 3-hour climb, all whilst raising a total of £4,778 – enough to run the Liverpool hospice for a full day!
Primas has raised more than £4,700 by climbing Snowdon for Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice, Liverpool.
The team conquered the infamous climb on Saturday 21 September in order to raise funds for children facing life-threatening conditions. All five partners at Primas also pledged to match all funds raised for the hospice to further contribute to the outstanding work that takes place there.
Zoe’s Place provides palliative, respite and end of life care to babies and infants suffering from life-threatening or life-limiting conditions, and offers a home-from-home environment for both the children and their families.
Adam Kerr, Managing Partner of Primas said: “Zoe’s Place offers incredible support to so many families during the moments when they need it most.
“I’m delighted to say that as a team we reached the summit of Snowdon at approximately 1pm after a 3-hour climb, all whilst raising a total of £4,778 – enough to run the Liverpool hospice for a full day!
“The more adventurous members of the team convinced us to take the challenging route, the “Miner’s track”, which involved scrambling! But the sore legs were all worth it and it was great to see the team come together for yet another fantastic fundraising effort from everyone at the firm.
“I hope that our contribution will have a positive impact on those at Zoe’s Place Baby’s Hospice and the wonderful work they do.