The Birmingham office of law firm Gateley has raised nearly £30,000 for a charity that helps people with neurological motor disorders.
The law firm hosted a 5km run and family fun day in aid of The Foundation for Conductive Education.
The money raised will secure the charity’s parent and child service for at least six months.
The parent and child service helps children from birth to three years old with neurological motor disorders to develop motor, social and cognitive skills. The charity is used by families from all over the Midlands, with some families travelling from across the UK to use the vital service.
A total of 100 teams registered paying an entry fee of £250 to take part in the challenge.
More than 450 adult runners completed the fun run with more than 70 children taking part in the junior run.
Participants in the ‘Five for Fifty’ run included: Amtico, Deloitte, AIB, Busy Bees Group, Calthorpe Estates, Capita, Clay Rogers, Grant Thornton, KPMG, No.5 Chambers, RBS, RSM Tenon, Savills, Future Garments, JLT Benefit Solutions, Surgi-C, Titan Europe and Taylor Wimpey West Midlands.