In October 2012 I’ll be spending 7 days trekking 3 volcanoes (Mount Etna, Vesuvius and Stromboli) in an attempt to raise as much money as possible for The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT).
CAFT provide activities, holidays, day trips & much more for ill, disabled and disadvantaged children. Many of these children do not have the type of childhood and quality of life that we may take for granted.
The aim of CAFT is to provide these children, and their families, with a special place which helps the children to improve their quality of life, forget their sorrows and have some well deserved fun. This special place is totally dependent on voluntary contributions and it costs over £700,000 each year to allow them to continue their work. So please, think of what it means to a terminally ill or disabled child to forget their woes, start having fun and make memories to treasure in their darkest moments.
Help CAFT to make a difference - please give generously.