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Saharan Trek, 2017

Fundraising for Beaumond House Community Hospice

76 %
£1,528.18
raised of £2,000 target
by 19 supporters
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  • Team members: Rob Sbcy
  • Event: 30th Anniversary Saharan Trek, 18 Mar 2017 to 27 Mar 2017

Beaumond House Community Hospice

Beaumond House offers supportive palliative care to patients with life limiting or terminal illnesses and their families. We provide short term respite care, day care and care in the community. We also provide complementary therapy, welfare benefits advice and a 24/7 support line

Charity Registration No. 1025442

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Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

In March 2017 Rob Sibcy and I will be taking on heat, sand and general exhaustion trekking 100km through the Sahara Desert. As somebody who does his utmost to avoid exercise of any sort this is obviously going to be quite an undertaking for me!

Now of course we're not doing this just because we fancied a relaxing weekend away! We are raising money for Beaumond House, whose work is an invaluable service to the local community. As part of their 30th anniversary celebrations they've given us the opportunity to explore something fantastic, while also helping care for those that need it most.


So, what do I actually want?
Well, money, obviously! We're going to be doing anything we can to fundraise, so every penny you can spare (don't forget Gift-Aid for an extra 25% free!) is obviously very much appreciated. Similarly, if there's anything you can do to help us raise extra (sharing posts with friends and groups, offering suggestions or support in fundraising events etc) it would also be a major bonus!


Should you wish to halve a donation and split it with Rob (we are afterall fundraising together) then his link is here https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/RobSibcy




Lastly, a quick bit of legal stuff. I have to state that a small portion of the £1,600 minimum I have to raise will go towards the trip itself (camels aren't free!), with the rest being made up by myself.

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