Supporters of Guild Care raised over £1,500 running the Worthing 10K on Sunday 2nd June, with more money due to be collected for the local charity.

Joe Cox, whose mother Naomi volunteers for Guild Care’s Home from Hospital service, was one of the charity’s participants. He raised over £500 in sponsorship and said, “I have chosen to support Guild Care because I'm keen to support a fantastic local charity that helps all kinds of people in Worthing, both old and young.”

Joe and Naomi Cox

Also running on behalf of the charity were four staff members from Chatsmore Catholic High School. The school has chosen Guild Care as their charity of the year, setting a fundraising target of £5,000. These fundraising endeavours will culminate on June 13th with a team of ten students and six staff members taking on the ‘Welsh 3000s Challenge’. This challenge will see the group trek up at least nine of the 15 highest mountain peaks in Wales – each of them over 3,000 feet tall. You can support Chatsmore via their JustGiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cchswelsh3000s

Chatsmore staff: Steve Bell, Karen Godfrey, Sarah Baker, and Pete Byrne

Guild Care needs to raise £460,000 every year to continue to run its community services for children and adults in need. If you would like to make a donation, take part in a fundraising challenge or become a volunteer, please visit www.guildcare.org or call 01903 528 613.