The Big Help Project benefits from £470 from local company with some of their colleagues climbing Snowdon.
Knowsley company Serco went above any beyond in their CSR program in June, tackling the iconic Snowdon mountain to raise funds for the Big Help Project (Knowsley Foodbank).


The challenge saw a team of twenty Serco staff tackle the famous summit, to raise funds to support the Big Help Project’s vital work with people across Knowsley who are experiencing food crisis, are looking for work or need support with managing personal debt.


The team raised £470 for the Big Help Project. Peter Mitchell, Chair of the Big Help Project ‘The amount raised by staff at Serco is amazing for the Big Help Project. It is incredibly generous and we appreciate every single donation which will help us to continue to be there for local people in need.


Sean Watkins, Team Manager of Serco, said “At Serco, we are passionate about doing the right thing, and part of that is doing the right thing within our local communities. A while back, when we were looking for local charities to support, there was no doubt in our minds that we wanted to work with our local food bank. Months, and lots of support from our staff, later, here we are. Our Hiking Team will be walking Snowdon to raise money for this amazing cause. The people at The Big Help Project are some of the nicest people we've worked with, so passionate and engaging. We're proud to be helping to support this cause.”