Sarah from the Digby Brown Inverness office cycles over 200 miles for Highland Hospice

Inverness skyline

Sarah Fraser from the Digby Brown Inverness office set herself the challenge to cycle over 200 miles throughout April to raise funds for local charity Highland Hospice, who are the new local charity partner for the Inverness office.

The Highland Hospice provides support to people across the Highlands who are living with an advancing, life shortening illness. The hospice also provides support to families and carers by putting the needs of each individual and their families at the centre of the decision making process.

As well as providing services direct to those in need, the hospice work in partnership with local communities and support professional and unpaid carers by sharing resources and offering training and mentoring, so they can provide the best care they can. Highland Hospice services are offered free of charge to all those in the Highlands who need them.

Karen Duff, Corporate Fundraiser at Highland Hospice said: “We are so delighted to be chosen by Digby Brown as their charity of the year. There are so many different ways in which the firm can fundraise for Highland Hospice, and I am very much looking forward to supporting and working with them throughout the year ahead.”

Sarah from the Inverness office in her cycling gear.

Sarah braved the elements throughout the month to hit her target and managed to log a fantastic 206 miles!

You can still donate through Sarah’s Just Giving page.