On Tuesday 19th June 2018, four members of the Endace EMEA team will be joining six team members from the Ministry of Defence to complete the National Three Peaks Challenge.
The 24-hour challenge will see the team climb the highest peaks of England, Scotland and Wales—Scafell Pike, Ben Nevis and Mount Snowdon. The team will be raising money for Dorothy House Hospice Care who provide compassionate care and support for people with a life-limiting illness.
The three peaks challenge means scaling Scafell Pike which is the tallest point in England (at 978m), Snowdon is the tallest in Wales (at 1,085m), and Ben Nevis is the tallest in Scotland (at 1,345m). The team will start at 5pm on the 19th and will go non-stop until the challenge is completed by 5pm the following day.
Endace’s EMEA team’s sponsorship of various sporting teams such as Bobsled, the Royal Navy team at 2017 International Tattoo, and MOD Corsham Field Gun team at the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity Field Gun Competition acts as a driver for philanthropic activities.
Last year the team participated in the Tough Mudder with MOD Corsham, and this year it’s the Three Peaks.
Team members from Endace include Stephen Tsirtsonis, Endace Director of Defence EMEA, Tom Jones, Lead Engineer, Owen Gallagher, Professional Services Engineer, and Chris Bone, Global Sales Operations Manager.
If you’ve had time to read this, then you have time to sponsor us for Dorothy House, so please feed your positive Karma and donate what you can.