Darren Moore is right behind a charity challenge taking place to coincide with the World Cup 2022.
The Owls manager is a long-standing ambassador for the Kaleidoscope+ Group, whose goal is to champion mental health and wellbeing, driving change and providing crucial mental health support services across the UK.
From Sunday 20 November to Sunday 18 December, the charity are presenting the ‘Wembley to Qatar Ultimate World Cup Challenge.’
The huge event will see entrants cover the equivalent of the 4,186 miles from Wembley Stadium to Lusail Stadium, Qatar, where the World Cup final will be held.
Fundraisers can take on the challenge whenever, wherever, and however they choose, be that walking, running, cycling or swimming!
By signing up, you will be raising vital funds throughout the winter showpiece for anyone struggling with their mental health.
Established in 1973, Kaleidoscope+ have almost five decades of experience in providing mental health support to thousands of people in the community.
Dedicated staff are constantly striving to support those who need help the most with a range of mental health services.
Whether it’s group counselling for those bereaved by suicide, out-of-hours mental healthcare, or residential home support, the mission of Kaleidoscope+ is to ensure high quality care around the clock.
Sign up HERE for the Wembley to Qatar challenge or to donate directly to Kaleidoscope+.
Thank you for your support!