A team representing one of Scotland’s largest development and construction companies, the Cruden Group, has raised £6,000 for their nominated charity, Bliss, which provides support for premature and sick babies in the UK, with dedicated staff members taking part in the 8-mile, 26 obstacle Tough Mudder assault course last weekend.
A total of 19 staff members travelled to the event at Drumlanrig Castle in Thornhill, Dumfries & Galloway to brave the gruelling challenges of the infamous Tough Mudder event.
The Cruden Foundation, which was founded in 1957 and has already raised more than £6 million for worthy causes, donated £2,500 to this overall total and the Cruden Group will send Bliss their donation of £6,000 this week.
Kevin Reid, Cruden Group Chief Executive, said: “We have a long-established charity fundraising record in the Group and are very proud of the team that has raised money for Bliss through the Tough Mudder event. A huge thank you goes to each member who took part and their very generous backers – friends, family, colleagues, suppliers and industry peers, all of whom helped make our Tough Mudder charity project such a huge success.”Back to Latest News