William Antill from Dolby Financial Planning Triumphs at Born Survivor Event, Raises Over £1,000 for The Not Forgotten Charity

Oct 2, 2023

William Antill, a Financial Planner and Director at Huddersfield-based, Dolby Financial Planning, has completed the challenging Born Survivor event raising more than £1,000 for The Not Forgotten Charity – a charity which organises events and activities to help wounded, injured, or sick military personnel and veterans.

The Born Survivor event is known for its tough obstacles and tests of endurance. William Antill faced 30 different challenges including mud pits, high walls, water obstacles over a distance of 10 kilometres, to raise money for this worthy cause and was generously supported with donations from friends, family, colleagues, and community members.

William Antill said: “I’m very grateful for the support from my loved ones, colleagues and associates at Dolby Financial Planning. The event was tough, but knowing I was helping such a good cause kept me going”. Dolby Financial Planning encourages its employees to get involved in charitable activities to make a positive impact on the community. Kathryn Antill , Company Secretary and partner, said “We’re very proud of what William has achieved and for his dedication to helping The Not Forgotten Charity, His actions show his and our company’s commitment to hard work and giving back.”

“Although self-admittedly not a natural sports and fitness enthusiast, William’s fundraising efforts show how hard he has worked to improve his physical strength to complete the challenge and his commitment to helping others in need.” For more information on Williams fundraising efforts, visit www.justgiving.com/page/william-antill-bornsurvivor

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