BHP Chartered Accountants enter team for Total Warrior in aid of charity

On Saturday 22nd June, a BHP team consisting of 22 rock ‘solid’  – and possibly slightly insane – stars will be taking part in the Total Warrior. The team will be braving 27 punishing obstacles including the human BBQ, the shocker and cement mixer whilst running 12km, all in support of The Daniel Wilkinson Foundation and St Luke’s Hospice.

The BHP team comprises: Anna Beckett, Carlos Ochoa, Caroline Anthony, Charles Evers, Ciara Collins, Dan Leonard, Dec Savage, Doug Allan, Harrison Dexter, Jo Gilpin, Joe Briggs, Jordan Capel, Liam Secker, Matt Blakemore, Matt Brierley, Matt Scott, Paul Winwood, Rebecca Hill, Sean Busby, Tim Brind, Will Evans and Vikram Takhar.

All donations will be greatly appreciated and will help to support the amazing work performed by their two chosen charities.

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The Daniel Wilkinson Foundation is a charity set up in memory of former BHP employee, Dan Wilkinson, who died on 12 September 2016, aged 24, from an underlying heart condition called Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy (ARVC).

The charity’s aim is to raise awareness of Sudden Cardiac Death in the young and to provide funding towards heart screening, defibrillators and CPR/defibrillator training, primarily for grass-roots sporting teams.

St Luke’s Hospice is dedicated to the wellbeing of the terminally ill in Sheffield and their loved ones. No patient or family is ever the same, and the journey with each individual is unique. Above all, St Luke’s is about life, and enabling it’s patients and their loved ones to live theirs and die with dignity and respect. Each year, the charity’s work touches the lives of approximately 5,300 people – all free of charge.