As part of our mission to inspire the West Wales community to nurture their physical and mental health, Life Seeker is entering a team of superheroes into Kapow, a 5k inflatable obstacle race taking part on 4th May this year.
We're passionate about inspiring people to get outside, connect with new friends, try something new and stay active and so those that participate in Kapow will benefit themselves as well as being able to contribute to Paul Sartori, a worthy cause doing continuously good work in West Wales for those with life-limiting illness.
Many of the race participants have experienced the heartache and suffering life-limiting illness has on surrounding family members and have full appreciation for the work that hospice care provides when it really matters.
If you're passionate about supporting our challenge to give to Paul Sartori, we'll gratefully accept your donation (please do not feel pressured to donate more than £1-5).
All participants have paid to enter the race from their own funds and will be raising at least £30 in addition to support this cause. Many of us are training for the challenge over the next few months, simply to have enough energy to run the 5k, get over the giant obstacles and get to the finish!
In return for your donation, there'll be entertainment in the form of photo updates of us training for the event, plus more photos on the day, when we'll be disguised as Life Seeker Superheros, complete with cape and mask!
Here's a bit more about Paul Sartori:
Paul Sartori Hospice at Home is a Pembrokeshire-based registered charity offering free specialised, supportive care and advice for those in the later stages of any life-limiting illness.They provide a range of services in the patient’s home.They aim to help those close to the patient during the illness and through the bereavement period.The Hospice at Home service is available 365 days of the year and operates a 24/7 on-call service.