Wed, Oct 26 2011
Livingston based ultrasound technology firm BCF have raised over £4,000 for charity at their annual charity challenge event.
The team orienteering "Rogaine" style, 5 hour long event took place in the Pentland Hills. 26 dedicated BCF staff members got involved.
The aim was to run, walk or cycle round a predetermined route in order to collect points which convert into £££'s for the BCF chosen charities. The more points collected the more money BCF will donate to the charities.
Jason Rogers commented,
"What an amazing day. The weather was perfect. The company even better! Thanks to everyone who took part."
Gavin Mitchell commented,
"This was our second charity challenge and it was even more successful than the first one. We like to encourage our staff to keep fit but also to have fun. And we definitely had fun today, whilst raising money for a number of great causes."
In total an amazing £4,000 was raised which will be donated to the BCF Foundation's chosen charities -
Marie Curie Cancer Care; RDA-Ravelrig - Riding for the Disabled; Open Door Accommodation Project; and Irish Whale and Dolphin Group.
BCF are the leader in innovative imaging for veterinary applications in ultrasound and X-ray. BCF design and manufacture the Easi-Scan bovine ultrasound scanner and BUGs goggles for use all over the world.
For more information visit www.bcftechnology.com.