Team CC gym show their weighty support for MYTime Young Carers Charity

Mar 3, 2020

Team CC Stength and Conditioning gym in Poole has shown its weighty support for Dorset based charity, MYTime Young Carers Charity by hosting a charity circuits session.

Members of the club and the general public were invited to take part in the free fitness session which took place at the weekend. In excess of 30 people worked out and donations were made by attendees.

Russ Jolley, Director of Team CC Ltd said, “At Team CC our mission is to create an environment that our members love to be in and which supports both their mental and physical health. This is why we hold charity fitness sessions so our members and their friends can have fun while exercising and feel great about raising money for local good causes. This month we’re supporting MYTime Young Carers, an incredibly worthy cause which means a lot to our members.”

Kate Bennett, a Team CC member added, “There was a great atmosphere in the gym this morning, everyone enjoyed a fun session in a really supportive team environment. It was lovely to know we were helping raise money for such a worthwhile cause”. 

Krista Cartlidge, Executive Director at MYTime Young Carers Charity commented, “Wow, what a brilliant contribution to our charity from the phenomenal team at Team CC.  There was a real sense of team spirt and pride from all of those that took part, knowing that they were raising money for such a great cause. £200 was raised from the event. We are thrilled with this contribution.

“We would urge any other local businesses looking to offer their support to us to get in touch. We would love to hear from you!”

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About MYTime Young Carers’ Charity

MyTime provide young carers with a break at their outdoor centre in Worth Matravers, Dorset. These breaks are an opportunity for young carers to have fun, make friends and to take some time for themselves. This is a really valuable opportunity for young carers to meet other people who share some of their experiences, which can help to combat the loneliness young carers report feeling as a result of their caring responsibilities.