Mount Everest Challenge - Kiri and Bradley accept the challenge

$5,570 donated
Given by 7 generous donors in 5 weeks

Both Kiri and Bradley have known people who have needed help from Waipuna and were willing to take this on to raise funds!

Bay of Plenty

Legacy Funerals is once again getting behind the Mt Everest Challenge, Kiri’s partner in crime - physiotherapist Brad Takai from The Lakes Clinic. Kiri’s thrilled that Waipuna Hospice will receive the proceeds from this fundraiser. Brad, meanwhile, says the physical challenge in such a beautiful environment, sits well with his clinic’s holistic approach to improving quality of life and performance

Legacy Funerals/The Lakes Clinic's involvement (page creator)

Legacy Funerals has always been a great supporter of Waipuna Hospice through donations from Legacy Trust

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The Mount Everest Challenge 2018

The Mount Everest Challenge is back! Join us and Climb the Mount 38 times in 50 days to raise money for Waipuna Hospice.

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Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 15 Mar 2018
Legacy Funerals are right behind the efforts of Kiri and Brad who are raising funds for Waipuna Hospice. An incredibly worthy charity for our local community.
G Brownless
G Brownless on 15 Mar 2018
Bill Holland
Bill Holland on 09 Mar 2018
Kevin Wearne
Kevin Wearne on 08 Mar 2018
Natalie Meredith
Natalie Meredith on 07 Mar 2018
Go team - very proud of you!

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This campaign started on 20 Feb 2018 and ended on 31 Mar 2018.