Crush the Cargill - Longest Shortest Day

$375 donated
Given by 12 generous donors in around 5 months

The toughest Last Person Standing Event in the world! And another opportunity to have fun for a good cause.

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The Longest Shortest Day is the next instalment of weird and wonderful fundraising events related to Mt Cargill.

The idea is that participants get to run up Mt Cargill once every 2 hours starting at 8pm June 21 and ending when there is only 1 person left.

This will be fun and a great opportunity to run up a hill...

in the dark...

on the longest night...

and the shortest day...

and the other longest night...

in the middle of winter...

in Dunedin...

all for a good cause.

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

Funds will go to the Valley Project to continue their work in creating healthy homes, a sense of belonging and a sustainable environment in North Dunedin.

https://www.northeastvalley.org/

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Latest donations

What could be
What could be on 01 Jul 2019
Maybe one day I'll get a dozen laps.
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Andrew
Andrew on 23 Jun 2019
Bloody great event!
$10
Phil P
Phil P on 21 Jun 2019
$40
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 21 Jun 2019
$50
Sarah
Sarah on 20 Jun 2019
$25

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