Burnley Marks and Spencer store assistant transforms into Marvel superhero to smash £2,000 target for charity

A charity hero who DOES wear a cape is well on his way to reaching the £3,000 milestone for causes close to his heart.

Jack Walsh, who is a retail assistant at Burnley's Marks and Spencer, took part in a store collection and a walk to Boundary Mill in Colne dressed as Marvel superhero Daredevil. And he raised £200 for Macmillan Cancer Care.

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Last year Jack climbed Pendle hill dressed as Batman and raised £375 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association. In September, 2020, Jack raised £250 when he completed his first Pendle Hill challenge dressed as Marvel superhero favourite Deadpool. Jack has been fundraising under the banner ‘To Be A Hero’ for four years and other charities that have benefitted include Pendleside Hospice and the British Heart Foundation. He has now hit the £2,000 target and Jack is confident he will get to the £3,000 by the end of next year.

Charity fund raiser Jack Walsh in his guise as Marvel superhero Daredevil for a collection he held at Marks and Spencer in Burnley where he works as a sales assistant
In September, 2020, Jack Walsh raised £250 when he  completed his first Pendle Hill challenge dressed as Marvel superhero favourite Deadpool.