Everton in the Community (EitC) is giving supporters the chance to climb the highest mountain in Wales and England while raising crucial funds to support a new mental health campaign.
There’s no better way to start 2019 than to join 100 other like-minded people in raising money for the Club’s official charity while training for the challenge of climbing the 3,560ft-tall mountain in Snowdonia National Park.
Taking place on Saturday March 23, all funds raised from the event will go towards Everton in the Community’s “The People’s Place” campaign - a ground-breaking mental health project which will benefit some of the most vulnerable members of the local community.
Hikers will take the Llanberis Path up Snowdon, which is one of the most popular routes to the summit of the mountain.
All participants will be provided with refreshments upon arrival, EitC t-shirts for the journey, water provided throughout the challenge, and breakfast and a celebration medal provided upon completion.
Qualified mountain leaders and trained first aid staff will all be on hand to help you reach the summit of Snowdon safely.
With a fundraising target of £1million, The People’s Place will become a delivery site for Everton in the Community’s existing mental health programmes and enable signposting to other services such as suicide awareness and prevention.
The People’s Place will provide an overarching service to anyone, regardless of age, gender or location, to promote positive mental health alongside support related to suicide awareness and prevention.
There is a registration fee of £20 and a minimum sponsorship of £300 which will need to be collected in full four weeks after the event.
For further information contact the Fundraising Team on 0151 530 5342 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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