They did it! We are so proud of our charity team who climbed Mount Snowdon on Saturday 22nd June to raise funds for Moorside’s Dementia Sensory Therapy Project.
We are pleased to report that the weather was fine and allowed our climbers to enjoy the sunshine and breath-taking sights. The Red Arrows even flew over their heads as they reached the summit!
According to Alzheimer’s Society, there are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2025. The charity’s Moorside Nursing Home is a specialist in dementia care, with a strong education- and innovation-led approach. All of our staff and volunteers are passionate about raising dementia awareness and enhancing the lives of our care home residents living with dementia.
All funds raised will go directly back to our local Hampshire residents in the funding of dementia sensory equipment. Can you help us to achieve our goal?
It’s never too late to donate! Follow the link to our Charity Checkout donation page here to show your support: bit.ly/snowdon19
A huge congratulations to everyone who climbed! You have conquered a mountain.
Many thanks to Chief Executive Clive Cook for taking photographs during the climb. Click hereto view our photo gallery.