10th - 19th October 2019
ZAMBEZI RIVER CHALLENGE - ZAMBIA
I will be joining a team of others as we paddle along 100km of the Zambezi....
The trip is paid for so every pound given will go to Compassion to help build homes for Mums and babies in Rwanda who are part of the Child Survival Program. Each home will cost £3,249 to build and the aim is to build 34 (which will house 173 people in total).
Here's the blurb to tell you a bit more:
The challenge was created in 2013 for Comic Relief - you may have watched it under the name 'Through Hell and High Water' - have a look on youtube!
'Known locally as Great River, the Zambezi flows for 2,700kms through six countries on its path from Zambia to the Indian Ocean. Expect a rough ride, with sweltering heat, humidity, blistered hands and harsh conditions providing some of the obstacles along the way. The team will paddle in both mokoros (traditional dug out wooden canoes) and inflatable kayaks for 100kms of the river. The river’s upper section is dotted with islands and braided with narrow fast flowing channels. You will paddle your way along the border with Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, steadily heading towards the Falls. Ultimately, the climax comes with the daunting prospect of rafting below the Falls in the notorious Batoka Gorge, the most tempestuous white water rapids in the world.'
Online Total: £100.00
Offline Total: £0.00
Gift Aid: £25.00
I have been supporting Compassion for many years and love the work they do to make a very real difference to individuals, their families and their communities.
I'm a Vicar in Droitwich, Worcestershire and love a good adventure...
I am taking part to raise some money for a wonderful cause, while challenging myself in a new way and hopefully raising awareness of the work of Compassion along the way.
Could you sponsor me or even sponsor a child? Ask me about my sponsor kids - i'd love to tell you how it works.
(The trip is paid for so every £ you give goes to Compassion UK)
Thank you in advance :-)