When CEO, Carolyn Johnson (MBE) and Managing Director, Lloyd Tidder of Language is Everything visited the P.A.U.L For Brain Recovery centre, the charity were thrilled to see their genuine enthusiasm, and were blown away by their decision to make us their charity of the year.
Throughout 2022, Language is Everything’s staff will take part in various activities to fundraise for the charity. And in one of their first initiatives, Lloyd will be fundraising alongside the charity’s founder Paul Spence as they attempt the National Three Peaks Challenge on May 6, which involves reaching the summit of Ben Nevis, Snowdon and Scafell Pike within 24 hours.
Lloyd said “P.A.U.L. For Brain Recovery was a clear winner in the search for the company’s charity of the year. Paul has amazed us all with his determination to achieve what most people would find impossible. It sounds like a cliché, but he is truly inspirational, and there is a real need for the charity’s services.”
Paul said “I have personal experience of fundraising challenges and I know how much effort, dedication, and resilience it takes to achieve them. Not only are we delighted that Language is Everything have decided to make us their charity of the year, but we admire Lloyd for his commitment to pushing his limits by taking on this physically and mentally challenging fundraising event.
We look forward to celebrating their 30th year in business and we’re excited to see what this partnership brings as they help us to continue to be a lifeline to people as they battle brain injury recovery.”
With their highly skilled team of interpreters and translators, Language is Everything helps people connect, communicate and speak with each other – wherever they are across the globe.
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