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Nieve, Frankie and Grace's Everest Lockdown Challenge

Fundraising for CI
£462
raised of £200 target
by 27 supporters
We use science and partnerships to protect the environment and people

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Update #2

They did it! They collectively reached the summit of Everest on our stairs in 27days. Amazing effort from all!  🙌🎉👏🏅🏆 Thank you for all the generous donations ❤️

UPDATE:- 

Everest Challenge update! The girls are 31% on their way to Everest Summit with Frankie, AKA the Sherpa, doing most of the graft 💪

Thank you to all who have given so generously 😍

Nieve, Frankie and Grace were inspired by the brilliant work of this charity after watching a hard-hitting documentary on illegal shark finning. Conservation international work to protect wildlife and environments on land and sea. 

See https://www.conservation.org/ for more details.

They are raising money as a group, by trying to achieve 58070 steps (4467 flights of stairs) of our staircase collectively within 30 days! This is the equivalent of the summit of Everest.

Any and all donations very gratefully received xx

About the charity

We know that human beings are totally dependent on nature — and that by saving nature, we’re saving ourselves. To that end, CI is helping to build a healthier, more prosperous and more productive planet. We do this through science, policy, and partnerships with countries, communities and companies. Over the years, CI has helped support 1,200 protected areas and interventions across 77 countries, safeguarding more than 601 million hectares of land, marine and coastal areas.​​ Our work is moving entire societies toward a healthier, more sustainable development path — so that we don’t use up today what we’re going to need tomorrow. At CI, we don’t focus on one sector or one issue. And we’re not interested in short-term fixes. Instead, building upon a foundation of science, partnership and field work, we find global solutions to global problems.​​ We measure success in human terms. Our ultimate goal is to protect the most fundamental things that nature provides to all of us: our food, our fresh water, our livelihoods and a stable climate. Nature doesn’t need people - people need nature.

Donation summary

Total raised
£461.64
Online donations
£461.64
Offline donations
£0.00

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