Matt Dass, Joint Managing Director of Springfield Solutions, is taking on an amazing challenge in aid of the charity.
Starting on Friday 26 August, Matt will take on this great challenge to mark 10 years since founder of the charity, Paul Spence’s brain injury.
The charity provides support and guidance for people affected by acquired brain injuries (ABI). This includes a range of support plans applicable to the individual, such as one-to-one support, group activities, family support workshops and health and wellbeing activities.
To mark 10 years since his brain injury, founder of the charity, Paul Spence, will also be running a massive 100 miles along the Yorkshire Wolds Way. Leaving Filey on Saturday 3 September, Paul will be running through the night before joining around 150 P.A.U.L For Brain Recovery supporters taking part in the charity’s annual run, starting from Bilton Village Hall. This run will complete Paul’s 100-mile challenge.
Paul and Matt will join forces to complete the last leg of their challenges together on Sunday 4 September at the P.A.U.L For Brain Recovery annual charity run.
The aim of the challenges is to not only raise funds and awareness of the charity, but to also show passion towards its supporters. Any form of donation and support will be greatly appreciated by the teams at Springfield Solutions and P.A.U.L For Brain Recovery.
Your donation helps provide the support and guidance that individuals deserve after brain injury. You will be helping provide a positive future for both individuals and families who are affected. Every single penny raised makes a real difference and without it, the charity would not be able to continue to provide a lifeline to those who need it the most.
To donate and support Matt & Paul on their incredible challenges for P.A.U.L For Brain Recovery, visit their donation page.