Thank you so much to everyone who took part in the Himalayan Trust Summit Challenge this year and raised funds for community development in the Everest region of Nepal. The 2018 Summit Challenge is now finished. For the latest updates on the Summit Challenge and the Himalayan Trust’s work in Nepal, please visit www.himalayantrust.org
RUN, WALK, BIKE OR CLIMB
8848M FOR NEPAL
FUNDRAISING MADE EASY
Register now to set up your personal online fundraising page. You’ll be able to track your height on your fundraising page, track your fundraising against your goal, and share your progress with family and friends.
Plus, we’ll be with you every step of the way to help make your fundraising as easy and effective as possible.
As an extra incentive, the first 100 people to start fundraising will receive a free Summit Challenge T-shirt from our sponsor Kathmandu.
THE DIFFERENCE YOU WILL MAKE
By taking on the Himalayan Trust Summit Challenge, you will open up new opportunities for young people in the Himalayan region through quality education – providing training for teachers, scholarships for local children and resources for classrooms.
You will help build water systems to provide safe drinking water and to increase local incomes from agriculture. You will bring life-saving healthcare for new babies and their mothers in remote areas.
BE PART OF THE LEGACY
This May, 65 years after Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached the summit of Everest, you can help continue Sir Ed’s life-changing work in the Everest region of Nepal.
Sir Ed founded the Himalayan Trust in the 1960s to improve life for the people who helped make his Himalayan expeditions possible.
From building the very first schools, hospitals, bridges and water taps in the region, the Himalayan Trust continues to work with remote mountain communities in one of the poorest countries in the world.
“It is not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.” Sir Edmund Hillary
Thank You Kathmandu
A huge thank you to our sponsor Kathmandu for their generous support of the Himalayan Trust Summit Challenge and their ongoing support of the Himalayan Trust’s work in Nepal since the 2015 earthquakes.
If you need some new gear to get you through the challenge, head to your local Kathmandu store.