On the 30th of May, the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) Volunteers from Glasgow extended their support at the highly anticipated Go Yellow event. This remarkable gathering brought together more than 1,200 enthusiastic primary students from 17 schools in the surrounding area for a special 5K fundraiser.


The event, supported by Glasgow City Council and sponsored by First Bus, served as a valuable platform to educate children about the vital work carried out by hospices, while simultaneously challenging them to raise funds for the worthy cause of the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.


The Go Yellow event was a celebration of unity, resilience, and compassion, as students laced up their walking shoes and embarked on the exhilarating 5K walk. The event served as a powerful reminder of the importance of empathy, kindness, and support, encouraging the younger generation to play an active role in making a positive difference in their community.


True to our mission of serving those in need, the Rapid Relief Team approached this event with dedication and enthusiasm, ensuring that over 800 meals were prepared and served. As the participants crossed the finish line, their appetites were met with the classic RRT burger, as well as a child-friendly hot dog option.


The sight of smiling faces and satisfied appetites painted a vivid picture of the joy and camaraderie that filled the event. From the youngest primary school students to their supportive teachers and staff, the infectious energy flowed throughout the day.


The event served as a fitting end to the term, reminding everyone of the power of collective action, community spirit, and the tremendous impact that can be achieved when people come together.


To catch a glimpse of the day that unfolded at the Go Yellow event, be sure to watch the video below.




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