Written by PraxisAdmin

Climb the highest mountain in UK for Praxis Care!

Praxis Care is running a Ben Nevis Walk Challenge on 23rd and 24th August 2014.

Volunteers are being asked to climb Ben Nevis in Scotland – the highest mountain in the UK over the weekend.

Individuals need to raise £549 / €658 and this covers the cost of transport, food and accommodation for two days.

Praxis Care is a leading charity providing care and support for adults and children with learning disabilities, mental ill health and acquired brain injury.

Paul Collins, Assistant Director Fundraising & PR, Praxis Care says:

“The Praxis Care Ben Nevis Walk Challenge is a great opportunity for individuals to visit and climb the highest mountain in UK and raise much needed funds for Praxis Care.

All monies raised from the event will go towards supporting Praxis Care’s fantastic work in Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man and England for vulnerable adults and children.

In the last three years over 50 people have taken part in Praxis Care walk challenges and we already have 12 people signed up for the Ben Nevis Walk Challenge.

Praxis Care walks are a great way to visit and climb mountains throughout Ireland and UK in a well organised weekend with professional walk leaders.

In addition, you get a chance to meet walkers from all ages and backgrounds as well as raise much needed funds for Praxis Care.”

For more information about the Praxis Care Ben Nevis Walk Challenge visit the Praxis Care website www.praxiscare.org.uk or call Praxis Care on  00 44 28 90 234555.

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Notes to media

For further information about the work of Praxis Care call Paul Collins Assistant Director – Fundraising & PR 028 90 234 555 / 079 187 20554.

Praxis Care

Praxis Care is the largest Northern Ireland charity providing care for nearly 1,500 vulnerable children and adults affected by mental ill-health, learning disability, acquired brain injury and dementia.

The organisation works across Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, England and the Isle of Man.

The services provided include accommodation care and support services, floating support and home response services, day activities, advocacy and befriending services.


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