About the group
Jonathan 39 and myself, Stacey 35, are a couple blessed with 2 young healthy boys. We are inspired to raise funds to buy supplies, helathcare and education enabling far less fortunate children the basic requirements in life. Living in Kent, UK, we are fortunate to have a wealth of opportunity only highlighting the vast divide.
Alison Maddison-Roberts 41, is a mother of 4 and a partner and member of 2 pre-schools in Kent, UK. She is devoted to helping others with a generosity second to none.
Juan Per 35, and George Bentinck 32, both employed by cisco meraki in London are the final team members. Both avid walkers of the great outdoors with big hearts open to the plights of others.
Our fundraising page.
Fundraising for BurmaKids supporting the Andrew Clark Trust
It started in 1998 with a trip to Myanmar, which changed Sue and Sahin Ozturk's lives. Touched by the plight of a boy, whose mother could not afford to feed him or send him to school, they decided to pay for his education along with two other children. Helped by friends and family gradually more children were sponsored. As numbers grew, in 2003 they decided to carry out their activities under the banner of an officially registered charity. They realised that there was such a great need for basic education and healthcare, and formed The Andrew Clark Trust in June 2004. The English school in Lintha village is now a sanctuary to many but still in need of financial support to sustain itself and its efforts.
To raise much needed funds, supplies and awareness to this Charity, the gutsy team of 5 - Boots4BurmaKids, will take on the National Three Peaks Challenge!
Homepage of BurmaKids supporting the Andrew Clark Trust.
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This challenge took place on Friday, 27 September, 2013.
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National Three Peaks Challenge
The National Three Peaks Challenge takes in the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales, often in 24 hours.