Our Google advertising specialist and Senior Digital Manager, Tom Marchant, got his running shoes on recently by taking part in a 25k run and raised a fantastic £1,020 for Sussex-based children’s hospice Chestnut Tree House.
The run, organised through endurance event organisers Ultra Challenge, saw Tom start at Windsor Racecourse and complete two loops of a track where he ran through Windsor Great Park, past the castle and along the Thames Path, before enjoying a well-deserved celebratory tipple.
As our local children’s hospice, we have always been a big supporter of Chestnut Tree House and the work it does for children and young people with life-limiting conditions in our region.
“Chestnut Tree House provides vital support for not only children in our area who have life-limiting illnesses, but also their families by ensuring everyone has the best quality of life possible – and I wanted to do something to challenge myself and support them at the same time.
“I’ve been training regularly for the run, and it was definitely a challenge, but I completed it! Thank you to friends, family, colleagues and PMW clients who all donated. The charity relies on fundraising, so I know every penny is gratefully received.”
You can still give Tom a well-deserved pat on the back by donating via his JustGiving page – https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tom-marchant-pmw