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Weʼre raising £4,000 to Take part in a World Challenge expedition to Madagascar.

Chester-le-Street, UK

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Through a company called World Challenge, I have signed up for a 2 year programme to take part in a 4-week educational expedition to Africa, which will involve trekking through Madagascar and working on a community project. The community project will involve working alongside the local people and renovating a local school by helping build class rooms to replace the open air schooling they currently have.

This opportunity is a challenging expedition that will significantly benefit the local community and will teach the team valuable life skills such as leadership, communication and team work.

We have the task of raising £4,450 each through fundraising to cover all our costs for the expedition.

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    • Ian Watson

      Ian Watson

      Mar 6, 2018


    • Viv Hudson

      Viv Hudson

      Feb 16, 2018

      Good luck Jack and wish you well for your great adventure, which will be a very humbling experience.


    • Sacha Beere

      Sacha Beere

      Feb 14, 2018

      Hi Jack, here a start on your Just Giving page! Best of luck with your fundraising.


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    Jack Beere

    Jack Beere

    Chester-le-Street, UK

    My name is Jack Beere and I live in Chester-le Street, County Durham. I attend Hermitage Academy school and I have this opportunity to travel to Madagascar to make a difference and give something to their community and their education system, something we take for granted.

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