Weʼre raising £3,000 to Help raise money for the Hospice, a 5 day hike in Nepal up mount Kathmandu, and 2 days helping the nepal hospice community
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The Hospice Project: I will be sent to Nepal and spend Days helping a non-profit care organization in Kathmandu which offers services and support to patients with life-limiting illnesses, and their families.
The tasks we are set are to do basic refurbishment at the hospice, such as repainting and decorating rooms or improving the kitchen or bathroom facilities.
We will be doing a transfer from camp to Pokhara which is a 6 hour drive to prep for the upcoming Treck. In the morning we transfer to Nayapul which itself is only 2 hour drive where we are briefed on the journey and prepped.
This 5-day Treck overlooks the whole Nepalese countryside and is approximately 3400mat the highest point where the treck will end before descending back down.
This treck is graded challenging because of the combination of long days trecking over varying terrain (including some days where I will treck uphill all day), increasing altitude as the treck progresses.
This Treck is full of stony trails, muddy forest floors, rocky steps or scree slopes and in some places will be very dusty.
My Aim is to try and raise approximately £3,000 for the Hospice Project. This money raised will be going to the Isle of man Hospice to help patients and their families.
Iwill be doing a few things to help raise money towards this cause such as the Charity Darts, 80’s / 90’s Disco which is on the 4th of may which will include prizes, disco and karaoke, there will be food.
Also, will be involved and participating in the Castletown Tin Baths in September thanks to the help and support from the C.A.D.S (Castletown Ale Drinkers Society.
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