A bit about me. I am an 18-year-old accounting and finance student from Dunstable, a town north of London. I have had and continue to have a very good life, where I have the fundamentals provided to me and enjoy the luxuries afforded to many young adults living in the UK. In October last year, I embarked on a new chapter and moved to Loughborough University to continue my education at one of the best learning institutions. Ten weeks in, I found myself signing up to climb the largest free-standing mountain in the world, a very questionable decision to many who know me, but all for a brilliant charity.
Hope for Children is one of the most influential organisations across the world and one I hope have heard of. Hope for Children work tirelessly to help children reach their full potential. Last year they helped over 37,000 children and their families in Africa, Asia and at home in the UK. All of their work to help children and their families is categorised into 3 themes ... Health, Education and Empowering Families. I am confident that their incredible efforts will be enhanced and strengthened in a small way, by the fundraising I am undertaking.
Now to the nitty gritty, I would be very grateful if you could support me in my fundraising. Firstly, if you can share this page with friends and family it will spread the name and the great work of Hope for Children and secondly, but no less importantly, please sponsor me!
Thank you very much for your time and generosity