father's day challenge 2024
Climb Everest in a Day
15-16th june 2024, The Lake District, UK
Join us on our next father's day challenge to climb Everest in a day and raise £100K.
chapter2 has a growing waiting list of boys in reading who have no contact with their dad and need a male mentor.
so our challenge is to climb the height of Everest Base Camp to Its Summit in 24 hours to raise £100K to end this crisis.
26 Miles | 3522 Metres of Elevation | 24 Hours
will you join us?
Everest Mountain challenge
26 Miles : 3522 Metres : 24 Hours
- or as far as you can go -
This is a unique route in the heart of the lake district national park, never done before. It covers a number of the best mountain peaks including Great Gable, Kirk Fell, Pillar and Crag Hill. Covering 26 miles and an elevation of 3522 metres it is equivalent to climbing to the summit of Everest from its the base camp.
Walk it or run it, there will be a team of trained mountain guides to support you along the way.
do i have to finish the whole walk?
the real challenge
The waiting list for mentors in Reading continues to grow. Chapter2 is aiming to raise £100K to expand its operations to meet this growing demand.
Approximately 1 in 2 boys aged 15 are not living with both parents, of which >90% aren't living with their father.
Help bring an end to the fatherless generation by raising funds for Chapter2.
Previous father's day challenges (FDC)
(100KM in 24 Hours)
(24 Peaks:24 Hours)
(the Welsh 3000s)
courageous fundraisers from 2023
important information for fundraisers
The cost to participate in the Everest Mountain Marathon is £190 per person, which covers the costs of logistical support during the challenge. This is paid directly to our partner Will4Adventure.
All participants are expected to raise at least £1000 in sponsorship. Fundraising advice will be provided. Most fundraisers found it's much easier than they thought to raise £1000 (with the average per person in the last 3 years >£2000).
USE OF FUNDS
All funds raised by this challenge will go directly to support the expansion of Chapter2s work to write hope into the fatherless story.