Allied Healthcare’s Fraserburgh branch raises money for Cash for Kids

Posted about 2 years ago

Allied Healthcare’s Fraserburgh branch is taking part in a challenge to walk 100 miles in April to raise money for Cash for Kids.

Amy Garyluk, Care Worker at Allied Healthcare’s Fraserburgh branch, heard about the Cash for Kids initiative on the local radio and was inspired to take part. The team of four Care Workers have challenged themselves to walk 100 miles each during the month.

Amy explained: “I heard about the initiative on the local radio and thought not only is it a great charity to support but it’s a good way to socialise with colleagues and get to know other care workers out of work.

“The past year has been challenging for many of us and so by getting involved it will not only give everyone a boost, but it will help build a strong support network.”

The team has set a target of raising £1,000 and all monies raised will be donated to Cash for Kids, a charity that aims to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people who are affected by poverty, illness, neglect or have additional needs.

Joanne Nevins, Registered Branch Manager of the Fraserburgh Branch, added: “I am very proud of everyone from the branch who is taking part in the initiative, especially Amy who has encouraged others in our team to take part.

“We have a fantastic team of Care Workers, who are always going above and beyond for our clients. This is just another fantastic example of how they put others first and help those who need support the most. Well done team!”

Good luck to Lauren, Fern, Lynn and Amy! Keep an eye on our social media channels, as we will be posting weekly updates from the team as they take on the challenge.

If you would like to show your support, please email

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