Dedicated staff run to raise funds for the Spinal Injuries Association
Six members of HCML staff took part in the Great Manchester Run on Sunday 19thMay to raise money for the Spinal Injuries Association.
The Manchester team joined tens of thousands of people to pound the streets and raise funds for various worthy causes.
Specialist rehabilitation case manager, Kiranpal Kaur, who ran the race said; “We are all so proud to complete the run. It was a great experience and despite aching a little now, it was very worthwhile.
“The Spinal Injuries Association is a fantastic charity that supports people who have suffered serious life changing injuries. It’s a charity very close to our hearts and fits with our company mission to transform the lives of clients facing life-changing injury.
“So far we have managed to raise over £800 including gift aid and given our success we are already keen for the next fundraising challenge.”
The runners were all spurred on by the crowd and enjoyed the feeling of crossing the finish line. Despite all being sporty, it was the first road race for the team which consisted of Josh Embrey, Chris Fortune, Jake North, Anna Herety, Joanna Drake and Kiran Kaur.
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Jake North also ran the race for mental health charity, MIND. He raised £140 which exceeded his initial target.