Get Fit for Fundraising

Adam Priddle and Brian Millard have sent us the following information about an opportunity to support the Friends of Portfield and the Motivation & Learning Trust, and get fit at the same time

Motivation & Learning Trust and the Friends of Portfield have teamed up to create an exciting new fundraiser. The event is organised by locals Adam Priddle and Brian Millard, both of Letterston.

They say: “We are looking at raising funds for two organisations, the first being the Friends of Portfield and the second being the Motivation & Learning Trust. The event will be activity-based and involve 25 press-ups per day for 365 days.”

Adam Priddle: “I work for Motivational Preparation College for training (MPCT). Within the company there are many provisions. I work for Military Preparation Schools, based at Pembrokeshire College, which involves vocational qualifications aimed at pre-16-year-olds with a military structure. One of the other outlets of the company is the Motivation & Learning Trust (MLT). The reason for this charity event, for me, is to bring the local community together and also raise funds to support young people from any walk of life and any ability.”

Brian Millard: “I work for Portfield School as an LSA. I created a charity event last year which went very well. I also, like Adam, took part in the 25-day push-up challenge to raise awareness for mental health and this gave us the idea to increase that to bigger scale. We wanted to create a challenge that would reach out to everyone.”

If you’re keen to get involved in any way, either physically or by way of a donation or sponsorship, please follow the link to the Facebook page “Push ups for Portfield in Partnership with Motivation & Learning Trust” or call Adam on 07969109071 or Brian on 07791930864.
https://www.facebook.com/Push-ups-for-Portfield-In-Partnership-with-Motivation-Learning-Trust-111436223990703

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