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A four-woman team from leading global customer experience company, Webhelp, has raised almost £600 for a local children’s hospital.
The team from Rothesay climbed one of the best known Munros in the area, Schiehillion, in order to raise funds for the children’s cancer ward at Queen Elizabeth Royal Hospital in Glasgow.
One of the team, Charlene Anderson, has a very special reason to thank the hospital, which was formerly known as Yorkhill. Her five year old son, Jake, was treated there for acute myeloid leukemia, and has now been in remission for two years following a transplant he received at the hospital.
Pictured from left: At the top of a windy Schiehillion. Webhelp advisors from Rothesay, Pauline Mckay, Katrina Coleman, Hannah Coleman and Charlene Anderson, who raised almost £600 for the children’s cancer ward at Queen Elizabeth Royal Hospital in Glasgow.
Heather Astbury, head of PR at Webhelp, on +44(0)7825 593242 firstname.lastname@example.org