NATWest branch managers from Wrexham and Deeside got into canoes to raise money for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
The team travelled to Northwich, in Cheshire, to canoe down a 10-mile stretch of the River Weaver.
They raised £1,000 in sponsorship which was matched by the bank through the NatWest Community Cashback Award scheme.
Pat Ball, manager for NatWest on Lord Street, Wrexham, said: “My colleagues and I had a really fun, tiring and challenging day canoeing. It was an experience I will not forget in a hurry, especially as we raised so much.
“We would really like to thank all our family, friends and customers who sponsored us and, of course, the bank for the additional donation. The £2,000 from the canoe day will be added to £3,000 we have already raised for the association this year.”
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association provides guide dogs, mobility and other rehabilitation services to meet the needs of blind and partially-sighted people.