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Everesting for Lifeline - 8,848 vertical metres on a bike
- $10,883.00 donated
- 199 generous donors
I'll be riding a bike a total of 8,848 vertical metres to raise money for Lifeline, a vitally important service in our community.
Lifeline is a free community helpline which support people in the midst of crisis. Despite the vital work they do in our community actively preventing suicide and providing support at people's times of need, they exist solely through public donations.
As a youth health nurse I am regularly directing the young people I work with to their phone lines for support. I've also lost too many friends to suicide over the past few years. This fundraiser is in memory of my friends lives.
I will be attempting an 'Everesting' on my bicycle, by riding up and down Maungawhau/Mt Eden until I've cycled up the equivalent height of Mt Everest (8,848 verticle metres) on the 10th of March 2018.
If you're feeling stink and need someone to talk to Lifeline is there 24/7 - 0800 543 354
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