Mask-arade is set to take on the tough 10k cross country Wolf Run in Warwickshire to raise funds for the Multiple System Atrophy Trust.
Taking place on April 11th, the Wolf Run is a combination of three kinds of off-road running: mud runs, trail runs and obstacle runs.
"Our team of six intrepid and inexperienced runners are ready to tackle the awesome Wof Run on April 11th," commented Ray Duffy, MD of Mask-arade. "The Wolf Run is a tough 10k cross country that features cold rivers, wet mud, cargo nets and monkey bars. We are all delighted to be raising funds for the MSA Trust."
The sponsored run is Duffy and his colleagues way of raising funds for the charity that is supporting his father-in-law since he was diagnosed with Multiple System Atrophy. In 2014, Mask-arade nominated the MSA Trust as its charity of the year and the Wolf Run is just one of the many ways the firm has supported the charity.
The MSA Trust is the UK’s main source of support for people with MSA, their families and carers. The Trust provides the services of specialist nurses, a support group network, an email and telephone advice service and it funds vital research to find the cause, and one day cure, for MSA.
Joan Smith, head of fundraising at the MSA Trust, said: "We are so grateful to Mask-arade staff and friends for taking on this challenge in support of our vital work, supporting so many families in the UK and Ireland. The money raised by the Mask-arade team will help us support more families and fund more research grants."
If you would like to donate to Mask-arade’s Wolf Run Challenge, simply text MASK14 and the amount to 70070.