Children’s care home staff take on three peaks challenge in support of Pace

A manager and two colleagues from Priory Education and Children’s Services have announced they will climb the Yorkshire Three Peaks on 17 August because they want to support Pace to help tackle child exploitation and keep children safe.

Jo, Caroline and Julia, who are already in training, say they are looking forward to the challenge to help make a difference.

Jo explains: “Due to working with vulnerable children we felt that there was no better charity, and we wanted to give something back and help a charity that works to keep children safe. Dig deep everyone to donate and help a worthy cause, and help to make a difference to children who need that help.

Pace’s Head of Policy, Research and Communications, Maria Langham, says: ““We truly value the hard work and determination of everyone who helps to support our work with families affected by child exploitation. You truly do make a huge difference to people’s lives.”

“We would like to personally thank Jo, Caroline and Julia for coming together to take on this challenge to help support affected families.”

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