4 Peaks, 4 Countries, 48 Hours..

4 Peaks
48 hours
1,232 miles to drive in the car
4,220 metres high to climb on foot
€1,800 to raise to help leaders change their communities

What a way to spend a weekend…

On 16-17 July, Andy, Niall and Sam will be climbing Slieve Donard (Northern Ireland), Ben Nevis (Scotland), Scafell Pike (England) and Snowdon (Wales) in less than 48 hours to raise some money for Innovista. We’ll be trying to catch sleep in the car, while our trusty driver Emma will race against the clock to catch a ferry, and drive through the night to transport us from mountain to mountain.

So please, dig deep and make a donation to make it worth our while!
You can give at https://idonate.ie/fourpeakschallenge or, if you live in the UK, gift aid your donation at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Innovistafourpeakschallenge 

Andy and Emma have taken part in Innovista’s Tempo leadership development programme. Sam started Innovista in Ireland seven years ago and ropes Niall (his brother-in-law) into a variety of crazy fundraising and adventure escapades.

We want to help Innovista train young leaders to make their communities better places. Because when leadership is bad, the whole of society does badly – whether that’s a business, charity, church or political party. But when leadership is good, the whole of society benefits. So if we can raise some money to make good leaders who want to make their communities better, then we can have a big impact – for young people in inner city Dublin, for young mums from tough backgrounds in the north, for teenagers who want to see good news stories in their towns (just some of the projects leaders trained by Innovista run in their local communities).

So go on: you don’t have to climb any peaks, but you can donate a few euro/pounds for this worthy cause.

Thank you!

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