PSG cross the muddy finish line and smash their fundraising target

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21 October 2015


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PSG at the finish line

It was hard work and extremely muddy but on Sunday 19 October, PSG completed the Major Series North, a 5K military assault course, in aid of blood cancer charity Bloodwise.

Team PSG, which consisted of staff from the group’s Head Office in Yorkshire, had an original target of £1000 which was met on the Friday before the event and donations continued to mount as they took to the course on Sunday morning.

Looking a little worse for wear but full of spirit, each member of the team crossed the finish line just before 2pm and spent the rest of the afternoon scrubbing off the buildup of mud and grime!

PSG are committed to supporting charitable organizations and hold a fundraising event every year to help charities close to our hearts. With a number of staff’s lives being affected by blood cancers, we were pleased to choose Bloodwise as our charity for this year’s event.

We can announce that so far we have raised £1180.00, and are still able to accept donations. If you would like to help us support this very important charity you can do so here.

Bloodwise work tirelessly to fund research into blood cancers including Leukaemia, Lymphoma and over 130 other disorders that can affect the blood. You can read more about the brilliant work they do in the fight against blood cancer, here.



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