Crush the Cargill 24-hour Challenge 2018

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Given by 28 generous donors in 9 weeks

Crush the Cargill - A 24 hour challenge for number of ascents of Mt Cargill raising funds for Creekfest!


Crush the Cargill 2018!

The bravest of the brave will compete to see who can smash out the record for the greatest number of Cargill ascents over a 24-hour period. Plus, the Cargill Crusher Canine Challenge - Number of times your canine buddy can go up and down Mt Cargill in 24 hours.

What is this madness in aid of? The Valley Project of course! More specifically, towards CREEKFEST 2019, an annual family event celebrating the Lindsay Creek, our community togetherness and sharing knowledge on how we can care for our environment.

Show your support for these fantastic people by donating a little if you can, or give it a go yourself.

About us

We're a community led development project. Together with our community, we aim to enhance the life of the North East Valley community, particularly as it promotes the wellbeing of local children and their families and whanau.

Use of funds

The funds will be used to support community-led development projects in North East Valley, Dunedin. These projects include many environmental projects, cosy homes initiatives, kai share, community events and much more.

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Latest donations

Your Mum
Your Mum on 17 Dec 2018
Lamest 24hr race in the world.... just saying
Amy on 17 Dec 2018
I'm donating, because the marketing for this event has been hilarious. I love your work!
WILD THINGS NZ Trail Running Club
WILD THINGS NZ Trail Running Club on 17 Dec 2018
Brilliant event guys & a great project to support. See you next year :-)
C Ammunson
C Ammunson on 16 Dec 2018
Becky on 16 Dec 2018

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