Ten of Manchester’s tallest and most iconic buildings stand conquered following a feat of extraordinary endurance by the Frazer John Recruitment team!
On Friday 24th June, Frazer John Recruitment hosted the annual Manchester 3000; an epic, lactic acid-promoting 3000ft charity stair climb set up to raise money for our charity partner, Mustard Tree.
The Mustard Tree is a Manchester based charity that aims to provide life support and offer sustainable solutions to those living in poverty. They do this through the provision of food, clothing, furniture, training and enterprise, and they aim to improve the life skills, resilience and well-being of their clients so they have the choice and opportunity to move into employment, training or volunteering.
We currently donate man-power each week to the Mustard Trees ‘Ready for Work Club’ where the team provide tips on CV writing, conduct mock interviews and give general employability advice to the people who use the charity. We admire the work that the Mustard Tree does and this event is our way of extending that support one step further.
Venues conquered: CIS Tower, Lowry House, 111 Piccadilly, Manchester One, Beetham Tower, 3 Hardman Square, 3 Hardman Street, Tower 12, 1 New York Street, and City Tower.
Proud Frazer John Recruitment Founder, John Dyson said:
“It’s a fantastic achievement for everyone who took part, as physical and mental challenges go it’s a daunting prospect but it was great to see everyone enjoying themselves and it is all for a really great cause.”
Mustard Tree CEO, Adrian Nottingham said:
“Mustard Tree is delighted that Frazer John Recruitment has chosen to support us for another year.
“It’s partnerships such as this that allow us to continue to make a difference in the lives of those who come to us for help and for that we are truly grateful.”
We have so far managed to raise an impressive £1,790.00 for the charity, just 11% off our £2K target! Any further support would be greatly appreciated.
Until next year!