28 September 2016 / Categories: News Alzheimer’s Society thank CM2000 for fundraising CM2000’s Snowdon Challenge saw a group of staff from the healthcare technology specialist raise over £5000 for Alzheimer’s Society by climbing the tallest mountain in Wales! Alzheimer’s Society is a charity to close to CM2000’s heart due to the great work they do to support anyone affected by dementia. There are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK and there’s currently no cure. Carolyn McDonald, Alzheimer’s Community Fundraiser visited CM2000’s office to meet the team and collect some of the money raised. She said: “We would like to thank everyone at CM2000 for their generous donation and for battling through the elements to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society. This money will help fund research into dementia along with important services for people affected by the condition.” Shy Ghani, Associate Quality Analyst, was part of the CM2000 Snowdon Challenge team. She personally raised over £1,000 and commented “The climb was much more physically demanding than I imagined, especially in the pouring rain, but the thought of all the money I raised kept me going. It was a huge sense of achievement when we arrived back at the bottom and we had plenty of laughs along the way. This is one experience I will not forget and it was worth every second!” For more information about CM2000's technology solutions call 0121 308 3010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Previous Article Scottish Service Users feeling benefits of CM2000 and ENU falls prevention project Next Article CSSIW publishes review of domiciliary care in Wales Print 9398 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.