The Haslers team are taking part in the Nuclear Rush Race
A team of 13 adventurous accountants and tax professionals from Loughton firm Haslers will participate in this year’s Nuclear Races – Rush Race to raise money for their in-house charity – The Haslers Foundation.
Competing in the ‘BIG ONE’ on 14 May, the team will take part in a gruelling challenge that will see them tackle natural and man-made obstacles, putting their fitness to the test.
They will have to face death slides and para-plunge zip lines at the 12 km lake zone course to raise money for the Haslers Foundation.
To date, the Foundation has provided more than £208,000 to support a wide range of local and national causes.
Its three main goals are to relieve poverty and financial hardship, relieve sickness and preserve health, advance in life and help young people.
The team taking part in the challenge include:
- Kyle Toby
- Joseph Southgate
- Harrison Pleasance
- Henry Payne
- Beckie Hardy
- Connor Lynch
- Ian Dorren
- Jon O’Shea
- Joshua Mills
- Jack Warren
- Meg Abery
- Georgia Miller
- Charlotte Fuller
Together they hope to raise thousands of pounds for the Haslers Foundation, which will, in turn, be used to help a variety of worthy causes in future.
Jon O’Shea, Haslers’ Chairman and a participant in the upcoming race, said: “We are all excited to be taking part in this tough challenge and have begun training for this wet and wild event.
“The money we raise for the Foundation will allow us to continue to support some amazing charities, both locally and throughout the UK, that change the lives of people and communities.”
If you would like to know more about the Haslers Foundation or make a donation to the team’s charity challenge, please visit www.haslers.com/about-us-accountants-essex/haslers-foundation/