SEA Recruitment, who specialise in improving access for deaf and hard of hearing people, recently on a tough challenge for Seashell.
The team, based at their Altrincham HQ, challenged themselves to do 100 squats a day throughout the month of May to raise much needed funds for the charity, raising just over £400.
Claire Fogg at SEA Recruitment said: “Supporting deaf people with complex learning disabilities and additional communication needs is at the heart of everything we do at SEA Recruitment Services.
“We are delighted and committed to supporting Seashell and the amazing work they do for children, young people and their families.”
Seashell Head of Fundraising, Dominic Tinner, said: “This is a really tough challenge and we are so grateful to the whole team at SEA Recruitment for taking it on. It means a great deal to us all at Seashell to have the support of the business community, especially after such a tough year.
“Thank you to everyone at SEA for choosing us to benefit. We have loved watching the progress”.
Seashell supports children and young people with complex learning difficulties, disabilities and additional communication needs from across the UK.
Whilst this has been a challenging year, Seashell has continued to support all children, young people and families that access their services throughout the pandemic, either remotely or in person.
For more information about the Squat Challenge, visit their Fundraising page.