Brian Stokes

Climbing Kilimanjaro for LATCH (Childrens Cancer & Leukaemia Charity)

Fundraising for LATCH Welsh Children's Cancer Charity
raised of £1,000 target
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Please support us in raising money for this amazing charity. 

LATCH is a Welsh Childrens Cancer Charity, supporting children that are receiving treatment for Cancer and Leukaemia at the Chidrens Hospital for Wales.

This charity is currently supporting an amazingly brave little girl in Maesteg, Amira Barry who was diagnosed with Leukaemia last year. The help and support provided by LATCH has been amazing, and driven us to raise money for this very worthy Charity.

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(Important Note: The trip has been entirely self funded by each individual, so your donations are well received and go to the charity, not towards paying for any part of the expedition)

11 people are going to push themselves to the extreme, and climb the worlds highest free standing mountain. The trek is set to take 7 days, where on average 44% of people fail, mainly due to altitude sickness. So this is no mean feat, and a real challenge.

The training has been well underway for many months, along with numerous trips to the doctors for a huge list of jabs. The malaria tablets and altitude pills are all ready to go, you support is all we need now to push us forward during the climb.

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About the charity

LATCH supports children diagnosed with cancer or leukaemia and their families with practical, emotional and financial support to ease the burden they face. The charity supports hundreds of children, and their families across Wales each year being treated at the Children’s Hospital for Wales.

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