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This article was published on May 6th, 2020
Now more than ever it’s essential that we pull together and do our bit to help those in need, which is why we created Thorneycroft’s Motivational May.
Staying motivated during this time can be difficult.
The initiative is our way of challenging ourselves and raising as much money as possible to support the amazing work that Derbyshire Blood Bikes do on a daily basis.
Throughout May, our team will be setting challenges for themselves, whether it be baking a cake, knitting a scarf, doing 50 press ups, running 50 miles, or correctly identifying 3 different gins in a blind tasting, no challenge is too big or too small.
We’d love it if you could join us for Motivational May by setting your own challenge and raising money for this fantastic cause.
You can support the cause and donate by clicking here.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Derbyshire Blood Bikes, they are a registered charity who provide an urgent medical courier service to the NHS.
They are exceptionally busy at this time carrying our their usual duties, however, they are also part of the country’s key workers, delivering equipment to assist with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Their services are continuing to be stretched daily and they need our support now more than ever.
In March they made 332 journeys and in April this increased dramatically and saw the riders make 897 journeys.
All of the drivers and riders that operate on Derbyshire BloodBike’s behalf are volunteers and the charity is heavily reliant on fundraising to help them maintain their operation.
We will be sharing the challenges our team are taking part in throughout May and we’d love to see what challenges you choose.
You can stay up to date with all things Thorneycroft by following our social media channels.
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