The BAE Systems Challenge Project is moving into week 3 of their travel challenge and fundraising efforts. To date they have raised £135 from a total of seven sponsors, this is 39% of the way towards the target of £350.
The team has covered a total distance of 68.17 miles of their 461 mile target, a total of 15%. These are the stats just for the members of the team, however via their ChallengeHound page which allows for public participation they have another member helping them to achieve their goal and with their efforts the total distance is 331.11 Miles, 72% of the way to the 461 miles target.
To support the project go to their JustGiving page.
To get involved in the Challenge itself or to find out more, go to the Challenge Hound page.
The APM (Association of Project Managers) has awarded the project a much appreciated £100 bursary and this will be used to set up on-site donation points accepting food and bags for life.
The APM Scotland Project Challenge is an annual competition for developing project management professionals. Teams from organisations and universities deliver a project to the benefit of their chosen charity. The aim of the challenge is to improve the competitors’ project management skills in a real-life environment while at the same time helping local charities and raising the profile of the project management profession.