Outwrite is hitting new heights to support a Flintshire domestic abuse charity.
The team is getting set to hike up Snowdon on Saturday, August 31, to raise funds for the Domestic Abuse Safety Unit, based in Flintshire.
The DASU, our charity of the year 2013/14, offers help and advice to people experiencing domestic abuse from across North Wales.
Outwrite managing director Tracy North said scaling Wales’ highest peak was a challenge members of the content creation company were looking forward to.
Tracy said: “We’re ready to raise some money for an inspirational charity that makes a big difference to families and individuals affected by domestic abuse.
“Some of us have been hiking up Moel Famau near Mold in preparation, and we’ve all got our walking boots ready for the trek – we’re really looking forward to it.
“There’s even a bit of friendly competition between the team to see who can raise the most, so it should be a great afternoon all round.”
The event is part of a series of fundraisers we will be running, with a charity auction also in the pipeline for later this year.
The DASU is a specialist, not-for-profit organisation that provides information, holistic support and advice to survivors of domestic abuse. For more information, visit www.domesticabusesafetyunit.net, or call 01244 830436.
You can donate to DASU and back Outwrite’s charity climb by visiting here.