It was mud, sweat and cheers as 19 colleagues from SA Law took part in an obstacle assault course to “Push it for The Peace” in Watford’s Cassiobury park on Saturday (September 23rd) in aid of Peace Hospice Care.
The SA Law team pushed themselves to the limits to complete a daunting, mud-filled and energy sapping 5 and 10k country course peppered with tricky obstacles, a water, inflatable, foam and even military zone to help raise money for Peace Hospice Care, of which SA Law is a proud corporate partner.
The SA Law team has raised £560 this year for this fantastic cause. Partner, Trustee & team leader, Terence Ritchie also took part in RideLondon 100 for the second time this year to contribute to their efforts. It’s not too late to give, if you’d like to donate please visit the SA Law BT Donate page here.
Terence stated, “From personal experience, the level of care that Peace Hospice Care provides in the community it serves is phenomenal and without financial support and help they would not be able to support so many of those with life-limiting illnesses. I am proud to be part of an organisation that always does whatever it can to provide everything they can and without events such as these that would not be able to happen. So thank you to everyone who supported us and thank you to my colleagues for such brilliant camaraderie.”
Joining Terence in the SA Law team were: Julie Trustram, Angelique Vadaszffy, Monika Gorska, Atousa Saddighzadeh, Ruth Abrams, Keely Ruhsmore, Gary Dunger & Simon Walsh. Well done team SA Law!
Click here to find some photos of Team SA Law at the event.