3 May 2017

Synergy Goes On The Run for Dorothy House

On Sunday we’ll be running our little socks off, competing in the Bristol 10k race in support of Dorothy House, our new ‘charity of the year’

This weekend we’ll be tying up our laces and running our little socks off for 10,000 metres, all in the name of charity.

 

We’re taking part in the Bristol 10k race in support of Dorothy House, who provide compassionate care and support for people with a life-limiting illness. Dorothy House focuses on quality of life, so patients can live well and die well. They give care and support to patients and their families in and around Somerset, whenever they need it; at home, in the hospice, or at one of Dorothy Houses’s outreach centres.

 

The Bristol 10k is the first of several activities we’ll be doing to support Dorothy House after they were recently chosen as our new charity of the year. Over the next 12 months we’ll be taking part in a series of activities to raise money for this brilliant charity.

 

All donations gratefully received through our JustGiving page. 

 

We’re proud to be supporting such a great charity who do an incredible job providing support and compassionate care. Last year we were pleased to support Unseen in their fight to create a world without slavery. Here’s how we got on.

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