St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice is urging supporters from across Mid and South Cheshire to put a brave foot forward and register for the charity’s blazing Fire Walk and razor-sharp Glass Walk.
To raise the much needed vital funds that contribute to the hefty £7,500-a-day required to keep the hospice open, St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice is looking for daring participants in search of a new challenge.
You will be asked to complete a two hour motivational training session before walking 15ft, over red-hot wood embers, reaching a scorching 800°F or enduring shards of glass barefoot.
The event will be raising money for St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice and supporting their invaluable work in caring for people from Mid and South Cheshire suffering from cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
The hospice is a non-profit making organisation, funded by primarily from voluntary contributions.
The challenge takes place on Saturday, 29 March 2014, at LA Fitness in Northwich, and training and encouragement is provided by Time4Change Fire Walk Transformations, who have over 20 years’ experience.
Clare Dale, St Luke’s Events Fundraiser, explains:
“The Fire Walk and Glass Walk is a great way for fundraisers to test their devotion and willpower in aid of a fantastic cause.
“We are encouraging people from around the area to sign up and brave the burning embers or shattered glass in exchange for sponsorship from friends, family and work colleagues.
“The event is sure to be an unforgettable one and we would welcome all your friends and family to come along to support you and make a night of it, with entertainment, hot food and drinks available.”
Places are very limited, and so participants hoping to get involved will have to hurry to secure their place.
Signing up to the St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice Fire Walk costs £25 or £50 for the Glass Walk.
All those taking part must raise additional sponsorship of at least £125.