Curzon Ashton Community Foundation's Isaac Keast showed his fighting spirit on Sunday after completing Tough Mudder to raise funds for the Tameside Parachute Regimental Association Tameside Branch.
Isaac, who manages Curzon's and Oldham Athletic's Military Football teams, completed the challenge, an endurance event series in which participants attempt 10-to-12-mile-long obstacle courses, to raise funds for the case close to his heart.
The Tameside Parachute Regimental Association Tameside Branch help get soldiers off the streets, by buying accommodation, beds, quilts, food, and other house hold essentials.
As well as getting soldiers off the streets, they also work tirelessly going round Tameside/Greater Manchester to the funerals of fallen comrades, helping families with the funerals, giving the fallen soldier a proper Parachute Regiment send off.
He has so far raised £30 towards a £150 target. You can donate to the cause here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/tough-mudder-for-our-parachute-regiment-branch?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link_all&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet