climbing Kilimanjaro for CRASAC

This month Sarah Learmonth’s brother Matthew Frost will be climbing Kilimanjaro for CRASAC.

Matthew writes;  From 15-31 October me and some other old farts who should know better will be attempting to reach the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Apart from the personal challenge of the trip I’m also doing to support the work of the Coventry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre (CRASAC). Every year CRASAC helps around 3,500 victims, many as young as 11 years old and they are now fund raising to extend their service to younger children aged 5-10 years to fill a gap left by local funding cuts.

CRASAC does wonderful work – and my sister, Sarah Learmonth, is one of their senior leaders. We are all so proud of Sarah and the work she does and I wanted to support her, and I hope you will too.

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One Response to climbing Kilimanjaro for CRASAC

  1. Ron says:

    Good luck Matthew.

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