The Trojan Group’s Design Director, Terry Dolman, is taking part in a team skiing event to raise money for Snow-Camp, a youth charity that works with disadvantaged inner city young people.
Between 19 and 22 January 2017, Terry and a team of three other skiers will be competing against other teams to clock up over 150km of GPS-tracked skiing or boarding in two non-stop days across the 15 resorts of the Portes du Soleil ski area in France. The team that successfully visits the most checkpoints and clocks up the most kilometres will win the AJ Bell Alpine Challenge 2017. Terry comments: “It’s all about strategy, stamina, teamwork and good fun – and I can’t wait!”
Terry is taking part in the event to raise money for Snow-Camp, a charity that works with disadvantaged inner city young people. The charity’s programmes support young people by combining snow-sports lessons and intensive youth work sessions to engage, challenge and motivate young people, transforming attitudes and behaviour and developing key life-skills. Terry says: “Through no fault of their own, many young people don’t get the good start in life they need. Snow-Camp is a charity that gives opportunities to young people and the transformations they achieve are incredible. I’m proud to be supporting the work they do.”
If you would like to sponsor Terry and his team and raise money for Snow-Camp, visit http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/The_4_Monkeys.