Christchurch services provider 4com has raised £13,217.26 for charities Help for Heroes and Variety.
Pictured above are members of staff on top of Ben Nevis last month as part of the 24-hour Three Peaks Challenge.
Below you can see the team last Friday, presenting two £6,608.23 cheques – one to the returned servicemen's charity, the other to the children's charity Variety.
Daron Hutt, chairman and owner of 4Com, was so impressed with the team's efforts that he doubled the amount they raised, according to the Dorset firm.
Dean Cartledge, operations manager and leader for the Three Peaks team, said their commitment and effort were second to none.
"To see their faces when they reached each summit made it worth it, and the amount of money they have raised is amazing," he said.
Bryn Parry, chief executive at Help for Heroes, said: "Help for Heroes is all about doing your bit and this event is a wonderful example.
"We have been able to use the millions raised by the British public to provide practical and direct support to those who have suffered life-changing injuries or become sick while serving their country."
Frances Cornelius, chairwoman for the Wessex region at Variety, said she was blown away by the support.
"The committee are all unpaid volunteers," she said.
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