Angel Springs supporting QMH UK employees climb for charity

November 24, 2011

Angel Springs, the United Kingdom's leading service provider of both bottled and POU water coolers, is donating £100 and free bottled water to a team of QMH UK employees who are bravely planning to climb a mountain for charity!

Ten employees of the UK hotel chain QMH will soon be setting out to climb Scotland’s highest mountain Ben Nevis, (which stands at 1,344 metres above sea level), to collect money for Whizz Kids, a charity that provides equipment for children with disabilities. The team hopes to collect £5,000 for Whizz kids and Angel Springs is supporting the initiative by donating £100 and free bottled water to the team.

“This is a major fundraising event for the QMH staff and it is for a very worthwhile charity,” says John Murphy, Commercial Director for Angel Springs. “Whizz Kids provides important support, provision and equipment for disabled children in the UK, and works hard to help improve these children’s lives. We’re really pleased to be supporting the QMH employees with a cash donation, as well as providing water to help keep them hydrated and refreshed as they attempt to reach the peak of Ben Nevis,” he continued. “Our charity scheme, Angels in the Community, was established to provide support for important events like this and we look forward to helping many more charities like this in the future.”