When I heard Corinne Hutton’s story I decided to help her wonderful  UK wide charity Finding Your Feet, that supports amputees and people with limb difficulty into leisure and as well as offering occupational therapy and counselling. The Charity was founded by Corinne, who survived sepsis but lost her hands and her legs below the knee. Corinne is a motivational speaker, has climbed Ben Nevis and is doing the London triathlon with A J Bell.

Finding Your Feet supports families through a range of sporting initiatives and social inclusion projects and has established cycling classes (including providing specially adjusted bikes for children), climbing classes, a ski school and art classes. It’s redecorating the reception at the Westmark Unit at Glasgow’s Southern General Hospital, which is where amputees are assessed for prosthetics and occupational therapy and it also offers a drop in class once a week with guidance on getting back into work.

Corinne is an amazing person and this is an amazing UK charity that helps to turn around the lives of people and children of all ages and stages who have been affected by limb difficulty, helping them to find their feet in life again.

The show is about to hit the road and with the support of Moorfield Group and Resonance Capital and all the team at Glasgow’s Atlantic Quay we’ve got the wheels in motion.  We need your support to smash our £1000 target.

Please help to turn lives of children and adults so as they can find their feet in life again. Please visit  findingyourfeet.net to find out more.

That’s Airdrie to John O’Groats in 3 days – 2-4 June!!
541 km!!
Climbing 5,550 metres!!
10 hours in the saddle every day!!

You can help by donating directly to their fundraising page.

JustGiving sends your donation straight to Finding Your Feet and automatically reclaims Gift Aid if you are a UK taxpayer, so your donation is worth even more.

Thank you for your support!

On behalf of the Atlantic Quay team…

Niall