Practical steps to help
Bank staff from Rutherglen and Cambuslang raised £529 for Project 31 by ditching their normal mode of transport and choosing to walk to work.
TSB manager Kay Cairns and employees Greg Simpson, Kirsty Newbury and Connor Gray walked over 20 miles to help Project 31 provide interactive activities for families and children in the Rutherglen area.
Hike it or Bike it was started by the bank’s branch team in Scotland in 2013 and they raised more than £40,000 for charity from this initiative alone.
In 2014 the company made it an annual TSB-wide fundraiser.
Kay Cairns said: “By leaving their cars at home and shunning public transport, our team has worked hard to make this a success.
“I’d really like to thank all of our partners who took part and everyone who has supported them.
“We have really enjoyed getting outdoors and ditching our normal commute into work and it is fantastic to know that our efforts will help such a great cause.”
In 2015 TSB staff raised over £ 567,000 for nearly 500 charities and causes through their fundraising and volunteering activities.