Deputy manager Clare Robson, carer Linda Palmer and activities coordinator Angela Hedley, from The Oaks Care Home, in Blyth, Northumberland, took on the challenge to help fund a summer seaside trip.
They collected £287 in sponsorship by completing the walk, receiving a medal and certificate for the daring feat.
They joined more than 1,000 others at Newcastle Falcons’ Kingston Park Stadium for the challenge, which unfortunately failed to set a new world record.
The record stands at 1,360, with organisers hoping to get 1,500 firewalkers involved, but falling short of their target.
Deputy manager Clare said: “I wanted to tick something off my bucket list before turning 40 next year and I thought it was a good opportunity to raise funds for the home’s residents.
“It was a great experienced and I wanted to do it again after finishing.”
Carer Linda added: “It was a fabulous experience and it was great to do something to add to the residents’ fund.”
Activities coordinator Angela said: “I felt exhilarated as the atmosphere was buzzing. I was on cloud 9 after and would happily do a longer walk.”