I’m climbing Everest for charity

As I turn the ripe age of 40 I decided it was time to give myself a challenge like I have never done before.

I have got a black belt and I have done fire walks, numerous skydives as a licensed skydiver and also completed an Ironman in Switzerland, but never have I seen the top of the world and that just positively excites me!!

ld like to see benefit from me doing this arduous 120KM trek.

The most I have ever raised in a single charity challenge is £5000 and I thought I would love to double that just so both of my charities can get a decent amount.

However it makes not one bit of difference to me if I raise £1 or £50,000 - however to charities - it will mean so much.

Even if you decide you just want to donate directly to the charities then I am happy that I have just brought some more awareness of these amazing charities.

Please allow me to explain a bit more of why I chose them.

My wife's father is suffering from memory dementia and it has been the cruelest of journeys. I would like to see so much more done to help not just the people that suffer from dementia but also the families that have to take on so much of the hardships.

I honestly believe that children should have the most magical and amazing childhood filled with love and laughter. It pains me to think that some children have to spend more time in a hospital than anyone should ever have to.

After having my own two boys I decided that I would pick a children’s charity and help those not as fortunate.

I would like to think that most people can donate a couple of pounds into the pot but again even if you just share my link and ask others to help then I would be more than grateful and each charity will get 50/50 of the money.

Thank you reading and donating.

Simon

Simon A Williams Personal Coach