In an awe-inspiring feat of determination and compassion, Jamie and Jordan, our esteemed directors, have successfully completed the Three Peaks Challenge to raise funds for an amazing charity Teens Unite. This remarkable challenge not only showcased their physical prowess but also their commitment to supporting young adults battling cancer.
The Three Peaks Challenge is a formidable test of endurance, requiring participants to summit the highest peaks in Scotland, England, and Wales – Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike, and Snowdon – all within a mere 24 hours.
Jamie and Jordan undertook this journey with a singular mission: to raise both awareness and vital funds for Teens Unite, a charity dedicated to improving the lives of young adults diagnosed with cancer.
The dynamic duo began the challenge in the shadow of Ben Nevis in Scotland, where they climbed its formidable heights, and rugged terrain. Undeterred by the physical demands of the challenge, they pressed on to Scafell Pike in England, scaling its steep slopes with unwavering determination. Finally, they tackled Snowdon in Wales, marking the culmination of their journey.
Teens Unite, founded in 2007, provides vital support to young adults facing the daunting challenges of a cancer diagnosis. The charity offers a range of services, from emotional support to organised activities and events, designed to empower these young individuals to face their battles with resilience and hope.
The directors’ journey also resonates deeply with Teens Unite’s core values of community and determination. Their fundraising efforts will contribute significantly to the charity’s mission to provide a safety net for young adults diagnosed with cancer, ensuring they receive the support and care they deserve.
In a joint statement, Jamie and Jordan expressed their gratitude for the overwhelming support they received during their Three Peaks Challenge. They thanked their colleagues, friends, and family for their encouragement and generous donations. They also extended their appreciation to Teens Unite for their invaluable work in providing assistance and a sense of belonging to young adults facing cancer.