Wolferstans Solicitors Complete Ben Nevis Trek
Wolferstans Solicitors recently embarked on a gruelling climb up Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK, to raise funds for Mustard Tree, a charity that supported their late colleague Sharon during her battle with cancer.
The team, made up of Holly Bowditch, Julian Burrows, James Twine, Jack Harvey, Paige Bartlett, Pippa Tanner-Wood, Mara Cunha and Sam Porritt, took on the challenge in memory of Sharon, who passed away last year, and to give back to the organisation that had supported her and her family during such a difficult time.
The climb was no easy feat, with the team facing both physical and mental challenges throughout the journey. The team persevered though and successfully reached the summit of Ben Nevis, raising an impressive £3000 for The Mustard Tree in the process.
Reflecting on the experience, team member Julian Burrows said, "The climb was tough, both physically and mentally. But we kept Sharon in our hearts and minds throughout the journey, knowing that the challenges we faced were nothing compared to what she had gone through. We were absolutely determined to succeed for Sharon and for The Mustard Tree."
The Mustard Tree expressed their gratitude for Wolferstans Solicitors' support, saying, "We are passionate about supporting people affected by cancer here at the Mustard Tree, and it’s great to work alongside the Wolferstans team who clearly feel the same. Every pound donated goes toward local service provision or plans in some way improve outcomes for those we support; on behalf of all the staff at the Mustard Tree, future cancer patients, carers, and families across our locality, thank you Wolferstans Ben Nevis team!”
Wolferstans Solicitors is committed to supporting charitable causes and making a positive impact in their local community. This climb is just one of many initiatives that they have undertaken to support The Mustard Tree and other organisations in need.
Visit our Just Giving page to see what else we have been doing to support our Charity of the Year 2023.