Traveled To 84 Countries On 6 Continents Building A Global Movement Of People Who Are Changing The World. Trying To Make Sense Of How Everything Fits Together In This Big World Of Ours. Now I'm Living In Sydney Like A "Real Person" Working In Charity Fundraising. It's Very Strange, So I'm Writing All About It. Read My Stories. Hopefully Laugh.
30 October 2014
It's Kili Time - AGAIN!
Cancer has been a real pain with my family and friends this year, taking lives, complicating lives and threatening lives. It's an awful awful thing that has no doubt touched the lives of most of us. In these situations, we inevitably feel helpless but supporting a cancer-related cause is a way to make a difference.
I have the opportunity to climb Mount Kilimanjaro again and I'm doing it for Lauren and Dorey. You might be thinking, "you already did this. That's not hard." On the contrary, the only thing more difficult than taking on an extreme challenge for the first time is getting up the courage to put yourself through it all over again. The second time, you know exactly how difficult it will be!
My goal is to raise £1,000 in 10 days, which is how long I have from now until I summit. A gift of £50 will go a long way towards that target, and all the funds will go directly to Dimbleby Cancer Care, a phenomenal organisation in London that supports people living with cancer.