Hoopy the Huddle Hound wasn’t the only dug to make it up Ben Nevis in support of the Celtic FC Foundation. This substantially smaller hound, named after Celtic’s legendary striker Jimmy McGrory, made it up and down the UK’s biggest mountain much faster than his chubby counterpart – who, as usual, took all the acclaim!)
You can still donate to the Foundation to show your support for McGrory the Dug and the 150 other Tims who scaled the heights last Saturday. Over £13,000 has been raised so far – it would be great to beat the £15,000 barrier.
You can donate here: https://mydonate.bt.com/events/bennevis2014/113452
Tomorrow almost 200 hundred Celtic fans will get up ridiculously early to scale the biggest mountain in Britain, the 1,344 metre high Ben Nevis near Fort William.
It’s summer time but Celtic supporters’ dedication to the cause of charity for which the club was founded isn’t taking a pre-season break. The Celtic FC Foundation, which has raised over £5m in charitable donations, is the beneficiary of this great effort.
Sponsor these Celts as they struggle to reach the heady heights of Nevis. Last year’s inaugural climb was a great success and this time looks like it might be even better.
If you can donate, please do so here:
Best of luck Bhoys & Ghirls!