The One Point and IT@Spectrum took part in the Hull 10k on Sunday, June 1st, to raise funds for The One Point Foundation and Child Dynamix so that we can continue to support Smile Foundation and other local charities relating to general health, wellbeing and young people.
Over the past year, The One Point Foundation has raised around £20,000 and allocated nearly £19,000 of that back out to support local causes and charities.
This is the 3rd year that The One Point team has taken part in the running the Hull 10k, alongside our sister company, IT@Spectrum.
The Hull 10k included going past some of Hull's famous landmarks, including The Deep, Queens Gardens and Guildhall, before returning into the city centre. As the 10k runners head towards the finish line, the rest of the half marathon runners headed down Spring Bank, to Princes Avenue, to Newland Avenue and on to Cottingham Road before finishing in the city centre.
The One Point and IT@Spectrum team members that took part have so far raised upwards of £850, with even more donations still being made.
(Image: The One Point and IT@Spectrum Hull 10k 2019 runners. The TOP team named from left to right: Sam Drinkall, Kerry Owston, Emma Hickling, Dan Sherwood, Beth Sowersby, John Hooley, Lewis Cook, Nathan Greenfield, Nicola Willingham, Dan Elliot, Martin Lauer.)
We would like to thank everyone who took part in the run, from both the TOP team and IT@Spectrum, as well as a huge thank you to everyone who supported our runners by donating to our JustGiving.com page!