Thank you Martin! Project K is picking up a head of steam now and the entire Project K team is doing a grand job fundraising and preparing for the Three Peaks Challenge. What it all means of course, is a unique and rewarding experience for the children in Kate’s home town and surrounding communities. One group has already benefitted from the first big push to raise funds through micro-donation facility Ploink. We’ve received some terrific feedback from the centre’s staff and the kids. Their song is intense and full of emotion. Natural songwriters, with a huge amount to say and share with the world. Had we not been there, their voices would have remained silent! Project K is the beginning of our work in Wales and a fitting legacy to Kate’s life.
In a couple of weeks some good friends of ours are competing in the national 3 peaks challenge. This involves climbing the 3 highest peaks in the UK, Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon all within 24 hours.
Multi-talented Paul Newton who is our regular camera op and Scott Bailey – who recently supplied the brilliant voice over for the new film we’ve made for Public Health Wales, will be joining an old friend of mine, Nathan Timothy and his team from the Nathan Timothy Foundation on the trek.
All money raised will be used to help fund ‘Project K’ – a charity in memory of Nathan’s sister, Kate, who tragically died last year after a short illness.
I am proud to say that we have supported Project K from both money raised at red90 by Scott & Esme’s Nursery by Paul. Great work, by great guys for a great…
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