Vol­un­teers reach new heights

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - The Week In Pictures -

A brave team of vol­un­teers have raised vi­tal funds for char­ity by climb­ing Mount Snow­don. Vol­un­teers from Peter­bor­ough-based char­ity Chil­dren of Adam and Ama­zon ward nurse John-Paul com­pleted the epic chal­lenge on Satur­day, led by or­gan­iser Atiq Rehman. Atiq or­gan­ised the climb to help sup­port lo­cal char­ity Lit­tle Mir­a­cles in their bid to raise £3,000 to pur­chase a de­fib­ril­la­tor for their cen­tre in Peter­bor­ough. Money raised was also do­nated to the Chil­dren’s Ama­zon Ward at Peter­bor­ough City Hos­pi­tal, where vol­un­teer climber John-Paul works. Chil­dren of Adam is Peter­bor­ough’s first Mus­lim reg­is­tered char­ity which helps the home­less and those also in need. Projects in­clude the Syria Emer­gency Ap­peal, Home­less Project and Gift A Vi­sion, amongst many more. Find out more on­line at http://chil­dreno­fadam.net/

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