Three Peaks Challenge Archive


UKEClimb 3 Peaks

About the group

Championing nation building through community development and humanitarian awareness – with these as its core principles, UKECares makes up the heart of UKEC, which stands for United Kingdom and Eire Council of Malaysian Students. This year, UKECares aims to further enhance its role in educating young Malaysians on the importance of humanitarian values and compassion for others.

Our fundraising page.

Fundraising for Arusha Children's Trust

The UKEClimb Three Peaks Challenge sets out to involve 20 participants to raise a total of £5,000 by
pledging to climb the THREE HIGHEST PEAKS in the UK, Scotland and Ireland over three days, from the
3rd - 5th of April. In addition to an £80 fee to cover the costs of the climb, the participants are to raise a minimum of £250 each in pledges by their own means for the project with ALL proceeds of the project being donated to Arusha Children’s Trust. The UKEC will be utilizing the funds raised to purchase daily necessities such as books, stationeries and non-perishable foods for the children at ACT.

Homepage of Arusha Children's Trust.

Challenge registration number: 89107

This challenge took place on Friday, 3 April, 2015.

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UKEClimb 3 Peaks | National Three Peaks Challenge

About the ​ National Three Peaks Challenge

The National Three Peaks Challenge takes in the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales, often in 24 hours.

Participants

  • Gloria Lee Pei Fang
  • Shawn Shakeif Yip
  • Nicola Anne de Bruyne Choon Ming Wey
  • Allyna Goh Shu Min
  • Shane Chong Chung She
  • Nicola Tang Zhan Ying
  • Nadiah Abdul Rasid
  • Siti Salwa Abdul Rasid
  • William Chu Hsien Li
  • Esther Ng Jia En
  • Siti Nabilah Misti
  • Amirul Hakim Bin Ahmad Shamsul
  • Yujing Wong
  • TienEu Min
  • Annas Bin Aznan
  • John Chan Yuan Sheng
  • Nurul Natrah Aziz
  • Gabriel Chen Kwok Hui
  • Daniel Subramaniam
  • Daniel Chan Yi Han