Published: 13:15, 07 November 2019
| Updated: 13:20, 07 November 2019
A charity manager has been presented with a commemorative mug and certificate after completing the KM Charity Team’s Brain and Brawn Triathlon challenge.
To complete the triathlon, individuals have to take part in at least three KM Charity Team challenge events, such as the KM Abseil Challenge, the KM Big Quiz and Buster’s Charity Firewalk, in a single calendar year.
They must also raise £75 in sponsorship through at least one event.
Jaye Nolan completed the triathlon on behalf of Medway Messenger charity of the year Chatham-based Net Community Hub, where she is manager.
Jaye emphasised the positive impact that taking part in the challenge events and working with the KM Media Group and KM Charity Team had for her organisation.
She said: “It’s been an enormously satisfying year. The support of the KM Media Group and KM Charity Team – in a year in which we were able to raise a lot of money and get lots donehas helped to raise awareness in a way we simply couldn’t have done on our own.
“For me personally, it’s been a wonderful opportunity to raise funds individually by taking part in the Brain and Brawn Challenge.
“Things seem to have really snowballed, with us gaining such valuable support from lots of different quarters.”
KM Charity Team acting general manger Karen Brinkman said: “Many, many congratulations to Jaye on completing our triathlon challenge.
“This is a significant achievement, and she should be proud of what she has accomplished over the year.”
Booking is now open for the KM Charity Team’s 2020 challenge events.
The Medway heat of the Big Charity Quiz is on Friday, March 6. The spring abseil is on Saturday, March 21. And the KM Big Bike Ride takes place on Sunday, April 26.
Find out more about the Triathlon challenge here.
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