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Climb a mountain, be 65 (hopefully) and do it for Simon On The Streets because they do amazing work and need our donations

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  • Team members: Anybody who would like to join me is very welcome!!!!!!
  • Event: Stok Kangri, 01 Sep 2017 to 17 Sep 2017

Simon On The Streets

Simon On The Streets provides emotional and practical support for people with complex needs who cannot or will not access other services. Within that group it focuses on people who are homeless and rootless, especially those with issues related to rough sleeping.

Charity Registration No. 1165317

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I feel very lucky to have a safe, warm comfortable home.  Imagine living on the streets especially as the winter months begin.  Last year I tried my first 6000m peak and fell agonisingly short in view of the summit.  I felt so ill I said never again (again) but I want to have one more try to get so high.  The trek is categorised as "Extreme"..... details below.  I have around 9 months to raise my sponsorship for the trip. My initial donation is my contribution to the full cost of the trip so anything else I raise will be solely for Simon on the Streets.  I will be dreaming up ways to raise funds however if you feel so moved then any donation at this time to kickstart the fund will be gratefully received and you will enjoy your Christmas holidays knowing you have done something to help those in need.  If you would like to read more about Simon then follow this link on this page.

PS.  My photo is last year on the point of collapse near 6000m on Mera Peak.  Hope to do a little better next time!

Time has moved on a little now and I have just 1 week left before I set off........... Lots of nervous energy!!!!!!!

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