We are undertaking a fundraising steps challenge in August for The Churn Project. A wonderful charity based in the heart of Cirencester which works closely with people who are lonely, at a point of transition or crisis in their lives, or those experiencing mental health issues. The Covid-19 pandemic has affected people in so many different ways, with some people struggling more than others. We are big advocates of mental health here at Proposito so if one small act of kindness can make a difference to those less fortunate than ourselves, then we will do what we can to help. Since we announced our challenge in April we have been working hard to complete as many steps as we can. This has been challenging at times, being desk based during the week. But we have been really trying to get those steps in. This month we have upped our training game and have been trying to complete 240,000 steps in July. Sounds like a high number right? It absolutely is. We have all been working hard to achieve this which has been even more difficult with the blistering heat we have experienced of late. Huw has been out taking his puppy Milo for long walks early in the morning, Sarah has been walking the fields around her home in the beautiful Devon countryside, and Jade hiked up Malvern Hills (The Beacon Summit) last weekend all in preparation for our challenge that begins on 01 August. We’d be really grateful of all donations and support as we embark on this fundraiser for this great charity. Your donations will help The Churn Project continue to provide support and services to those in need. If you would like to make a donation, then please click here to visit our fundraising page. OR If you want some more active involvement why not join us in this challenge. We’re using a smart phone app to track the steps and monitor our progress. Why not get involved to see how you get on? However big or small the donation, please know that we are very grateful. Thank you for helping us to make a difference, it really means the world to us.