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Mud, sweat and cheers: Phil Jenkins’ Tough Mudder Challenge raises £6000 for SHP

On Sunday 22nd May, our colleague, Phil Jenkins and his daughter Maia completed their first Tough Mudder Challenge in aid of Single Homeless Project (“SHP”).

During the 15 kilometre course, runners endured 30 world-famous obstacles including Funky Monkey, Cage Crawl and Electric Eel which, according to Phil, were a lot of fun (in a somewhat painful way).

Phil sent a before and after photo as proof of completion, along with the many aches and bruises collected throughout the day – made worse by multiple electric shocks on the final obstacle!

Single Homeless Project is a London-wide charity, that work to prevent homelessness in London; providing support and accommodationpromoting wellbeingenhancing opportunity, and being a voice for change.

Centrus Communities, Centrus’ internal fundraising and volunteering initiative, was pleased to support Phil’s fundraising efforts by matching all donations received, helping to raise a total of £6,000 for Single Homeless Project.

To learn more about SHP, head to their website.

If you’d like to donate, please click here.

 

Phil Jenkins, Co-founder and Managing Director at Centrus said: Thank you all so much for your generous sponsorship and good wishes for the event. Your kind support together with match funding from Centrus Communities has raised £6,000 for Single Homeless Project to help with the fantastic work they do to alleviate homelessness.