Climbing for Kabubbu
This challenge took place on Saturday, 22 July, 2017.
Time completed: 2 days 9 hours.
About the group
Sam and Freddie have been friends since they started playing rugby as 4 year olds at Heathfield & Waldron Rugby Football Club. Every year they have played in the same team and are now in the Under 14s. They are also studying together at Heathfield Community College. The Son and Dad formation of the Kuzemko's (Freddie & Matt) and Walley's (Sam & Mark) have decided take on the Three Peaks Challenge to raise funds,that the boys will then see spent, when they travel to Uganda in 2018.
Our fundraising page.
Fundraising for Quicken Trust - A Christian Charity in Kabubbu, Uganda
The Quicken Trust is a Sussex-based charity, founded in 1996, which is transforming the lives of people living in poverty in the Ugandan village of Kabubbu. It works in partnership with a range of organisations around the UK and worldwide.
The Trust concentrates entirely on working to help the villagers of Kabubbu, Uganda find a way out of poverty, destitution, disease and despair.
Quicken promises that 100% of every donation goes to Kabubbu. Administration costs are funded separately. Any money reclaimed through Gift Aid is used for the general purposes of the Trust. It is used where it is needed most and may not be assigned to a specific project.
Homepage of Quicken Trust - A Christian Charity in Kabubbu, Uganda.
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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.