A staggering total from the high achievers
Records were shattered at the KM Abseil Challenge on Sunday.
The annual abseil event attracted a record 130 participants raising £25,000. Thirty good causes will earn a slice of the charity pot. The event is the most financially successful abseil event in the history of the KM Charity Team, which stages a number of collaborative fundraising events which any good cause can use to support their fundraising.
Charities from every corner of the county were involved, and Simon Dolby from the KM Charity Team, which staged the abseil event, praised the event sponsors for their backing. These included Day, Smith Hunter chartered accountants and business advisers, social housing landlord Golding Homes and Kent scaffold company P&M Scaffolding.
The abseil was staged at Midhurst Court, Maidstone, a towering residential block in the heart of Maidstone owned by Golding Homes.
The next KM Charity Challenge will be the annual KM Charity Walk due to be staged on the last Sunday in June. Visit www. kmcharitywalk.co.uk to find out more to to book tickets. Use discount code CHARITY16.
Daniel Collins took part in the KM Abseil Challenge organised by the KM Charity Team