Everest 2007 Expedition LLP C/O Benjamin Stephens

Everest 2007 Expedition

Fundraising for The Prince's Trust
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Participants: Ben Stephens, Tori James, Omar Samra, Greg Maud
The Prince's Trust

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We support disadvantaged 11-30 year olds to get their lives on track.


We did it! All four of us reached the summit. Omar became the first ever Egyptian on top of Everest and Tori became the first Welsh woman and youngest British female!

Please help us to support the the Prince's Trust. It's not too late to donate. 

Youth charity The Prince's Trust helps change young lives in the . It gives practical and financial support, developing skills such as confidence and motivation. www.princes-trust.org.uk

The Prince's Trust works with 14-30 year olds who have struggled at school, have been in care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law. In 30 years, The Prince of Wales's charity has helped over half a million young people and continues to support 100 more every day.

The Everest 2007 Team (www.everest2007.net) is raising thousands of pounds in support of this charity and they are grateful to every single one of you that is able to make a donation. The team has already raised over £7,000!

In raising money for the Prince’s Trust the Everest 2007 Team will be helping young people all around the to climb their own Everest. The difference is that on reaching the summit, the Everest 2007 team will take the same route down, whereas these young people have the freedom to choose in which direction they wish to live their lives.

Thank you for your support!  If you would like to learn more about our expedition please visit the team’s website at www.everest2007.net.






About the charity

The Prince's Trust

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RCN 1079675
The Prince’s Trust supports 11 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed or struggling at school to get their lives on track. Many of the young people we support are in or leaving care, have been in trouble with the law, or they are facing challenges such as homelessness or mental health issues.

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