Portsmouth car dealer Snows is aiming to raise £60,000 for charities in need

The Herculean effort was spearheaded by Snows, who has bases in Hampshire and Portsmouth.

Titled “Mission 60”, the challenge will see each colleague attempt to raise at least £60 to donate to charity.

So far Snows staff have raised an impressive £21,000.

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Snows’ colleagues also fought in a charity football match to benefit Mission 60 at AFC Totton, of which Snows is a sponsor.

Olivia Snow, Head of Customer Experience at Snows, said: “This year, quite rightly, many people have donated to charities supporting those affected by the war in Ukraine and the cost of living crisis. life, and for this reason fundraising probably turned out to be more difficult than it normally should have been,

“We are incredibly proud to have reached the £21,000 mark in what has been a difficult first half.”

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CHARITY – Snows has challenged himself to raise £60,000 for charity in his 60th year. So far, colleagues have organized and participated in a range of events, including taking part in the London West Tough Mudder.

The most grueling event was the 106km non-stop walk around the Isle of Wight, which brought in just under £7,000.

Other ongoing fundraisers include a skydive and abseiling from the Spinnaker Tower.

Money raised by the business will go to a range of area charities including Second Chance Animal Rescue, Jeremiah’s Journey, Children’s Hospice South West, Naomi House & Jacksplace, Rowans Hospice and Wessex Cancer Trust.

Olivia added, “Our teams are going above and beyond with exciting and different events to host or participate in, and we can’t wait to see what more is in store for Mission 60 before the end of 2022.”