The One Point and IT@Spectrum raise over £2800 for Child Dynamix

By The One Point Limited | Posted: 29 Jun 2017

The One Point and IT@Spectrum have raised £2800 for the charity ‘Child Dynamix’. This sum was raised in sponsorship collected by 10 staff members who braved the high temperatures to complete the Hull 10K run.

The figure includes a £500 donation made by The One Point and IT@Spectrum who agreed to donate £50 for each runner competing in the event.

Taking part from The One Point we had Martin Lauer, Nathan Greenfield and John Hooley.

From IT@Spectrum there was Ken Sturdy, Aeon Harewood, Adrian Lockyer,  James Scott, Neil Wells, Steve Fewster, Bradley Guiness and Joe Sturdy.

The One Point and IT@Spectrum have chosen to run on behalf of Child Dynamix.

Child Dynamix is a charity partner in the Hull 10K, the run passes some of Hull’s most iconic landmarks including the Marina, The Deep, Queens Gardens and the Guildhall.

The Charity works with Children and Young People growing up in challenging and difficult circumstances; they might be living in families with issues like addiction to alcohol and/or drugs, domestic and other forms of abuse, a parent or sibling in prison.

The funds raised from the Hull 10K 2017 for Child Dynamix will be used to work directly with children and young people in Hull who are facing a life of disadvantage and challenge. They run positive activities and experiences in communities with our team of skilled and experienced staff and volunteers.

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