Dumfries and Galloway Citizens Advice Service’s staff and volunteers are taking part in Tough Mudder Scotland to raise funds for the charity.
The team are tackling the event on July 3 under the team name The Scrambled Legs. Tough Mudder is a 10km obstacle course run made more difficult by its muddy terrain.
Volunteer Ella Cavani said: “We wanted to raise awareness of the service within the community and also raise some funds to support D&G CAS continue to help those who need it most. Volunteering with the service is very rewarding, and I was keen to do as much as I could to help. It will certainly be a challenge, but one for a worthwhile cause’.
If you would like to keep up to date with The Scrambled Legs’ progress or donate to their fundraising campaign, you can do so online at www.donate.giveasyoulive.com/fundraising/the-scrambled-legs-tough-mudder-team.
You can also see other ways to help, including details about volunteering on the D&G CAS website: www.dagcas.org. The organisation’s advice is always free, impartial and confidential.
Whilst appreciative of any donations, they are not expected and are not considered as ‘payment’ for it services but instead as a ‘gift’ to help aid the overall work of the service as a charity.