23rd July, 2019.
Justyn Randall, Michael Jakobsen, Robin Souter, Gavin King, Keely Harris, Kim Clark, Hannah Jensen, Nathan Burton, Joseph Williams, Lauren Clifton, Matt Mead, Lon Poon, Jackson Davis, Leon Haque, William Bailey, Raj Joshi.
About Your Team
Opogo and Thames Teachers are taking on The Three Peaks Challenge to benefit the inspirational children’s mental health charity, Place 2 Be.
The work of Place 2 Be is very dear to our hearts. As an organisation, championing the wellbeing and positive mental health practices couldn’t be more important and it is something we also proactively encourage our partner schools to engage with through our signature wellness programmes TeachFit and TeachWellness.
Team Opogo and Thames Teachers aim to scale the mountains Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon in 24 hours in our stand to help support the mental health crisis in primary and secondary schools across the UK. Your sponsorship makes a real difference!
Grit and determination are vital to completing this fast-paced challenge which is why a 12-week training programme is well underway and team lunchtime runs are going strong!
We’re documenting the journey – the good, the bad and the ugly across our social media channels so don’t forget to hit like and follow us to catch all the behind-the-scenes insights!
Please stand with us and make a positive difference to the lives of children across the UK and sponsor our challenge.
About the Charity
Place2Be provides mental health support in nearly 300 primary and secondary schools across the UK.
Place2Be provides emotional and therapeutic services in 294 primary and secondary schools, reaching a total school population of 142,000 pupils helping to build children’s resilience through talking, creative work and play.
Charity Fundraising Link
You can submit your own challenge, photographs and charity information to the Think Adventure website for free. It’s a great way to promote your Yorkshire Three Peaks walk.
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