Climb your Mountain for Stockdales Challenge
Did you know that 2 amazing things happened in 1953:
1 – Sir Edmond Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay climbed to the top of Mount Everest for the first time – the highest mountain in the world!
And Number 2 – Stockdales’ journey began.
For 70 years, we have climbed our own mountain!
From humble beginnings, we have grown into the wonderful charity we are today. Helping over 200 children and adults with learning disabilities live happy, fulfilling lives.
So to celebrate 70 years of Stockdales, we are launching the:
“Climb your mountain for Stockdales 70 challenge”
How you can get involved………Set yourself a mountain to climb, create your fundraiser here and ask friends & family to support you!
Examples of challenges you could do or set your own:
- Bake 70 cupcakes to sell
- Don’t shave for 70 days
- Do a parachute jump
- Make 70 pots of jam to sell
- Walk, cycle or run 70 miles
- Read for 70 minutes for 70 days
- Swim 70 lengths
- Give up alcohol for a month
- Give up chocolate for a month
- 70 sit ups every day for a month
- Skip 70 times a day for a month
- Learn 70 new words in a different language
- 70 second planks for a month
- Sell some items and raise £70
Or donate here if you want to support others doing their challenge.
We hope to honour this 70th anniversary year for Stockdales by celebrating the individual achievements of our whole Stockdales community.
And at the same time RAISE lots of money to help Stockdales continue its special journey.
Please do call Sarah or Ruth on 0161 973 2296 if you want any help or advice on how you can climb your mountain for Stockdales.