Three members of staff from Vitalin took part in the five kilometre course in Leeds, tackling inflatables up to 50m long and eight metres high. The team were able to raise over £200 for Jerry Green.
The Jerry Green rescue centre was founded in 1961 by Jerry Green with the aim of providing all dogs with a safe environment. The charity has grown unexpectedly across Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire, and is run by volunteers, relying heavily on public and corporate donations to help rescue and rehome dogs.
Annabell Rowlands of Vitalin Pet Food, said: “Jerry Green is a charity that is very close to our hearts here at Vitalin. As they are a charity that are local to us, it means a lot that we are able to support them and the fantastic work they do, even if that did mean running 5K and battling many giant inflatables along the way.”