This week, our brilliant supporter Myke Jacobs completed his epic 1,128 mile charity trek, walking the total distance of London to Rome. Myke began the huge challenge over one year ago in April 2021, and has raised a total of over £16,100!
Over the course of a year, Myke has completed 12,500 laps – over 2.6 million steps – in support of Kidasha. In fact, since 2006, Myke and his wife Ruth have raised a total of over £260,000 for Nepal’s most vulnerable children, through multiple fundraising treks, appeals, and advocacy with charitable foundations.
We’d like to say a very big thank you to everyone who supported Myke on his incredible journey.
Myke Jabobs when he comleted his trek
All of the funds raised from Myke’s trek will support Kidasha’s work to improve the lives of the children living in chronic poverty in Nepal. This includes working to end child exploitation by providing homeless children with safe shelter, supporting children into education, and working to create new opportunities and help the most marginalised escape poverty.
You can still support Myke’s amazing fundraising efforts below:
Janice Miller, Kidasha CEO
Thank you for your continued support,
The Kidasha Team
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