A group of five women who work for Sense in Louth have come together to climb Mount Snowdon in Wales to raise money for the charity.
Lindsey Betteridge, Tracey Burton, Julia Elliott, Laura Coppin and Claire Robinson will tackle the challenge at the end of March.
Lindsey said the money raised would be used ‘to enable Sense to to be able to provide more children and adults with more sensory equipment.’
Sense is the UK’s largest organisation offering support to deafblind people and their families.
Established in 1955 as a parent’s support group, Sense now offers a range of services including, advice, housing, education and practical help to children and adults who are both deaf and blind.
At an altitude of 3,560 ft above sea level Snowdon the highest point in the British Isles outside the Scottish Highlands.
It was used by Edmund Hillary in training for the 1953 ascent of Mount Everest.
Lindsey said: “Sense strive on helping children and adults who require their services.”
To donate please call 07859 989696 or visit www.Justgiving.com/Lindsey-Betteridge