On Friday 1st December, an ambitious team from Hiremech will be embarking on a unique challenge to raise funds for Dementia UK. But this isn’t your typical fundraising event. Instead of a charity run or a bake sale, the team will be undertaking a journey along the entire Bakerloo Line – on foot.
Senior Sales Executive Ben Creighton, Hire Controller Kris Mosiej, and Sales Support Serkan Cinko, collectively known as Team Hiremech, will be traversing the distance from Harrow to Elephant & Castle. It’s not a short stroll either – the entire journey covers a whopping 23.2 kilometers and includes 23 individual stations.
This is no mean feat. The trio will not only be walking this distance but will be doing so while sporting newly grown moustaches as part of their November fundraising efforts. It’s a visual representation of their commitment to the cause, and a surefire way to garner attention and support from the public.
The challenge is all in aid of Dementia UK, a charity that provides specialist dementia support for families through their Admiral Nurse service. Dementia is a cruel disease that affects millions of people worldwide, and the services provided by Dementia UK are invaluable to those families dealing with the impact of this condition.
Support Team Hiremech
We encourage everyone to support Team Hiremech in their quest. Whether it’s a monetary donation, sharing their journey on social media, or even joining them on the walk – every little bit helps. And remember, this is more than just a physical challenge. It’s a symbol of solidarity with those affected by dementia and a demonstration of the power of community.
Keep an eye out for updates on their progress, and don’t forget to show your support for this fantastic cause.