FUNDS CLIMB HIGH THANKS TO FIREYS
ST MARYS Fire and Rescue’s Michael McHugh joined 450 fellow firefighters in a charity climb of the Sydney Eye Tower on Sunday.
The 450 firemen each carried a 20kg load as they scaled 98 floors to raise money for research into motor neurone disease.
Last year, the Firies Climb for MND charity run raised $180,000. This year it has raised almost $469,000.
Mr McHugh has hit $3471, smashing through his goal of $3000.
“I personally don’t know anybody who is affected by MND, I truly hope it stays that way,” Mr McHugh wrote on his fundraising page.
“I am so grateful to be in a position of good health to be able to take on the tower climb, I am more than happy to fundraise for a cause I am passionate about.”
Donate to Mr McHugh’s page at firefightersclimbformnd.everydayhero.co m/au/michael-2.