Fancy flying to Lapland in April 2013 for a 7-day 250km Arctic Husky Trek? How about if you could do it for free? National charity Meningitis Research Foundation has places available for the 2013 Husky Charity Challenge.
Sign up and you’ll fly to the north of Norway where you’ll meet your husky team – yours to command and care for throughout the trip. You’ll be kitted up with everything you need to complete the trek, and set out into Sweden, braving deep snow, valleys of ice and temperatures of –20 degrees, reliant on your huskies for transport. You’ll need to care for your dogs, feed and tend to them, and make camp every night under the stars, and cover at least 35km a day on their sleds.
Diane McConnell, Ireland Manager from MRF says: “This husky challenge is a one in a lifetime adventure, and a great way to raise funds for our fight against meningitis and septicaemia.”
For more information about the husky trek, call our fundraising team on 01 819 69 31 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Meningitis Research Foundation is a national charity fighting death and disability from meningitis and septicaemia (blood poisoning). The diseases affect 250-300 people in Ireland and can devastate lives – two people die every month and survivors can be left with after-effects as severe as brain damage, deafness and amputations. For more information visitwww.meningitis.org