STAFF at a Huddersfield building firm raised £6,885 for charity with a walk in the Lake District.
More than 40 people took part in the trek up Helvellyn, which is England's third highest peak at 3,118 feet.
The party included staff from Termrim Construction, sub-contractors and suppliers and employees from Methodist Homes Housing Association.
The money will be used by the charity arm of the association - MHA Care Group - to support schemes such as the new day care centre which Termrim is building at Bradley Court, Bradley.
The centre is being built on to the 46-bed Methodist Homes Housing Association complex completed by Termrim in October.
When work on the centre is finished, it will be leased to Age Concern Kirklees and provide social care facilities for residents and old people in the local area.
Termrim construction director Andy Patrick said: "We are delighted to have raised such a significant amount of money through the efforts of all those involved in the sponsored walk.
"We are pleased that this money will help fund a community facility such as the day care centre."
Termrim, based at Old Leeds Road, has contracts worth about £30m for work on housing developments in places such as Huddersfield, Leeds, Manchester, Wakefield and Wolverhampton.