A team of eight women from Porsche Centre Silverstone took part in the 5K Race for Life on 4 June at Abington Park in Northampton, raising money to fight cancer. The team consisted of members of the Sales, Marketing, Aftersales, Reception and Accounts departments.
To raise funds, the Centre hosted a bake sale which raised over £70, and a Just Giving page was also set up to take donations. On race day the ladies put on their matching Team Silverstone t-shirts and walked, jogged, or ran the 5K.
Laura Clarke, who works in Sales Administration for Porsche Centre Silverstone said “None of us are experienced runners, but to come together as a team to raise money for Cancer Research UK has been fantastic. All of us know someone who is affected by cancer, so we are just hoping to raise as much as possible to help beat it”
The team is absolutely thrilled that total amount raised so far is £572.07. If you would like to sponsor them please visit the Just Giving Page where any donations would be greatly appreciated.
For more information on Porsche Centre Silverstone please call 01327 438 035 to speak to a member of our team.
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