About the group
The team, consisting of our resident IT Geek, who prefers flying to walking, a 57 year old practical joker, and DMN's Managing Director (who is the only fit one of the bunch) are aiming to scale Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon in the traditional 24 hour 'Three Peaks Challenge'.
Supported by two drivers, and one first aider/bacon sandwich maker, they plan to be up and down all 3 mountains between 5am on September 9th and 5am September 10th.
We will be arranging lots of ways to take your generous donations, including 'Sponsor a Blister', 'Penny a Foot', and a 'Guess the Number of Steps' competition with some fantastic prizes up for grabs! We will also be holding a social evening before the event, and many, many more!
Fundraising for St Basils
St Basils has a full range of prevention, accommodation, support and engagement services as well as services which aim to ensure young people develop the skills and have the support needed to move on successfully.
Homeless prevention services include: STaMP; Raising awareness with school-age students, Advice services (inc. Youthline and St Basils Youth Hub in Birmingham and the Turnaround project in Solihull), Parenting Young People workshops and Family Mediation.
Accommodation and Support services include: Emergency accommodation (inc. Nightstop schemes), Supported Accommodation and Supported Lodgings,
Engagement and Skills services include: Youth Engagement (offering both internal/ local and national opportunities), Learning, Skills and Work services (including Life Skills), Live and Work initiative in partnership with local NHS Trusts, and Transformational Services delivered in partnership with University of Birmingham.
Move-on services include: Private Rental Sector service and Floating Support (offered as both a move-on and prevention service).
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This challenge took place on Saturday, 9 September, 2017.
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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.