Monday, July 6, 2020

Pellacraft director aims to raise £40,000 for charity

Sam Pella, company director at Mansfield based promotional merchandise specialists Pellacraft is planning to spend her 40th birthday year raising £40,000 for Charity.
 
In order to raise the required £40,000, Sam will take on 40 challenges, which will test her both mentally and physically.
 
Throughout 2018, Sam will undertake a number of daunting tasks which includes cycling a distance of 1300 miles, swimming 40 kilometres, walk 400 miles and baking 40 cakes.
 
The money Sam raises will be shared between 4 charities that are very close to her heart, each whom will receive £10,000 each. The chosen charities are Cerebral Palsy Sport, Framework, Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid and the British Heart Foundation.
 
Commenting on the big year ahead of her, Sam said “I thought my 40th birthday shouldn’t be all about me and I wanted to use it as a springboard to do something special. The 40 challenges will be completed throughout 2018 and beyond. I won’t stop until I have raised £40,000.”
 
If you would like to help Sam raise money for her chosen charities, you can donate by visiting her funding page. https://www.sampella40challenges.com

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