Support Pathfinders Camp

Raising funds for Pathfinders Camp to enable extraordinary experiences with friends of all dis/abilities, starting with a swim adventure!

Double Marathon Month Madness for the best place in the world!

 

Pathfinders Camp is a fantastic event, which enables some of the most wonderful adventures by providing a space where friends with of all dis/abilities can enjoy camping together. For one week a year, on a fully-accessible campsite in Farnham, Surrey, friends new and old come together from all over the country (and occasionally abroad!) for a week of fun, challenge, silliness, hard work, team-building, inclusion, and, more often than not, absurd antics and hilarity. We (Nori and Caroline) want to give something back to one of our favourite places in all the world- because we know how thankful we are for our special experiences there and want to give the opportunity for this unique adventure to many many more. 

Unfortunately, although we'd love to power camp with all the love we have for Pathfinders, we know that in the Real World it is money that makes camp happen. We want to raise as much as possible for Pathfinders Camp so that they can continue to provide fantastic camping holidays and unique, life-shaping opportunities for those with disabilities and with none on those yearly weeks of magic. 

 

So... we have to do something! We will be attempting to pursuade you lovely people to donate to Pathfinders by sponsoring us on what we are calling the Noriline MacIngray Double Marathon Month: where both of us will swim a marathon (26.2 miles) EACH. And within the space of one month (July 2014). 

To put that in perspective, that's 1688 lengths of a standard swimming pool... more than 50 lengths EVERY DAY. 

And, if you don't think that's hard enough... offer some extra money and we'll attempt to do it even quicker... 

 

Every penny counts for us, and for the wonderful work that Pathfinders Camp does - please support us in any way you can. THANK YOU!

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

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