The Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust – An appeal
Well the hard work climbing Everest has finished, but my work to raise money for the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust has just begun.
For those of you who have only started reading my blog in the last two months you may not be aware of the connection between my climb and the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust, through my sister, Debra’s serious car accident in February 2012. You can read more about the accident here.
I have tried very hard to bring you as readers along with me on my journey to Everest. I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience, especially the interaction with readers and I hope that if you have enjoyed the journey together with me then you would consider making a donation to the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust through the link below.
100% of this money goes directly to the Helicopter Trust – it does not come through me. The Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust provides such an awesome service to the community and relies on public donations to keep running. It saves lives on a weekly basis, be they local Taranaki folk involved in accidents or tourists who get stuck or injured while visiting the province and climbing the mountain. The online payment option below is secure and you can donate using Credit Card or PAYPAL.
Please click on the DONATE button below to donate.
In the ‘Purpose’ Field please put ‘Axe on Everest 2012’
Axe on Everest Slide Presentations
I will also be giving slide presentations on my Everest climb to raise money for the Helicopter Trust. If you are a club or society, school or corporate, please contact me to hear all about the stories I couldn’t write about, the lessons I learnt, and the journey to the top of the world and back down again!
Email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out what other people who have heard Axe on Everest presentation’s have to say – click here.
Once again – thank you so much for your support.
Axe signing out from the Courtyard Hotel in Kathmandu.