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Ben Nevis Summit
01 August 2023

Millennium Care Completes Three Peak Challenge for Charity

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Staff at Millennium Care have completed the three peaks challenge raising over £3,600 for Alzheimer’s Society.

The team tackled Snowdon in May, Scafell Pike in June, and finally Ben Nevis in July.

So far, the team have raised £3,610 for Alzheimer’s Society, the UK’s largest collective force of people with unparalleled knowledge and experience of addressing the biggest challenges facing people living with dementia.

Millennium Care's corporate social responsibility strategy includes supporting the local community and causes that are important to the group.

“I’m so proud of my team for taking on a momentous challenge to raise money for such a worthy cause. I want to thank all sponsors and donators too, the support we have received has been very generous and we’re all extremely thankful.

“Alzheimer's affects many of our residents and it is important for us to work for something on their behalf.”

Omair Haider, Managing Director at Millennium Care

“At Alzheimer’s Society, we rely on the generous support of local organisations like Millennium Care. Around 900,000 people are currently living with dementia in the UK and one in three of us will go on to develop dementia in our lifetimes. But there is hope and the recent news about new drug therapies is a bright light at the end of a very dark tunnel. We’re so proud of Alzheimer’s Society’s role in funding the early years of that research. Our investment in research and innovation is made possible by the support of all kinds of organisations as well as thousands of individual fundraising endeavours across the country each year.

“We are committed to improving the lives of people currently living with the condition while continuing to invest in research, product innovation, and calling on the Government to get diagnosis rates back up and on target. Thank you very much for your support and your fantastic Three Peaks fundraising efforts.”

Sue Clarke, Alzheimer’s Society Area Manager for Greater Manchester

The challenge was made possible thanks to some amazing sponsors who provided financial and equipment donations. These included: Bee Adventures, Alessandro Caruso Architects, A Good Day, Commercial Business Communications, IMS Constructions, LAVELLE, JLP, P&DG, Everyroom Interiors and Acticare.

If you would like to donate, visit

Kathryn Barton
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