SUP it And Sea Land's End to John o'Groats

SUP it And Sea Land's End to John o'Groats

First pair to SUP the Length of Britain

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Total raised so far£0.00

Total plus Gift Aid: £0.00

Target£0.00

Raised offline: £0.00

My story

[p]Dave and Sophie would be extremely grateful for any donations made in support of their 3 incredible charities Wilderness Foundation UK, RNLI and Frontline Children details of which you can find below. [/p][p][b]Raffle[/b][/p][p]However, as an extra incentive to donate we are offering a mystery prize to the person who correctly guesses the answer to the question on everyones mind ...[/p][p][b]How many times will they fall in the water?[/b][/p][p]So if you donate over £10 you can enter our draw to win a prize at the end of the Expedition.[/p][p]Simply leave your guess in the comments section. Use the [b]#SPLASHANDSEA[/b] and your guess in the comments. The closest to the actual answer will win. [/p][p][b]Our incredible charities[/b][/p][p]By attempting such a massive feat, David Chant and Sophie Witter wish to inspire people to take up their own expeditions, both small and large, and to encourage people to get out of their comfort zones. SUP It And Sea shows that “ordinary” people can go on extraordinary journeys.[/p][p]During the paddle, we will also be highlighting water safety, and how to push your limits while decreasing the risks involved so that you too can go out and make adventure happen.[/p][p]The journey will hope to raise over £24,000 for 3 inspirational charities. That’s £5 per km per charity. As individuals, Dave and Sophie have chosen a charity each to represent – RNLI and Wilderness Foundation respectively – and have jointly chosen a community charity Frontline Children.[/p][p]Wilderness Foundation UK is a charity that provides access to therapy for Young Adults and Adults who have experienced grief, trauma, social isolation, anxiety and depression through nature immersion courses designed to help people get outdoors and find healthy coping mechanisms. To find out more about why Wilderness Foundation is close to Sophie’s heart, check out [url=https://supitandsea.uk/the-why/]“Sophie’s Why” [/url]section below.[/p][p]RNLI saves lives at sea. For 200 years, they’ve saved 143,000 lives through a 95% volunteer base operating from 238 stations around the UK and Ireland. They also deploy lifeguards to 240 beaches in the UK, keeping thousands of miles of coastline safe for everyone to go and enjoy our Island nation each and every year. To find out more about why RNLI appealed to Dave by checking out [url=https://supitandsea.uk/the-why/]“Dave’s Why” [/url][/p][p]Whilst the first two charities have been chosen individually by Dave and Sophie, they resonate with both of them due to their shared interests and they’re thrilled to represent them both.[/p][p]Part of Dave and Sophie’s vision is to celebrate the value of community and connection, and one of the examples of this is the incredible support that they have received from fellow paddler Jordan Wylie and his charity Frontline Children. Frontline inspires hope through access to education for kids in some of the most remote and challenge areas on the planet, often in conflict and war zones. The charities motto – Be The Difference that Makes the Difference – resonates with their own voyage to create something that has a long lasting impact for these 3 worthwhile charities and the spirit they cultivate. That is why they’ve decided to make Frontline Children our community charity.[/p]

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Sep 16, 2021

Anonymous

£50.00


Sep 16, 2021

Lee (Drummore)

£15.00


Sep 16, 2021

Kings Caravm Park, Port William

£20.00


Sep 12, 2021

Chris and Annie

£20.00


Sep 11, 2021

David, Audrey and Buster the Dog

£5.00


Sep 11, 2021

Steve and Karen Jones

Continued good fortune.

£10.48


Sep 11, 2021

Chris Blackwood


Sep 9, 2021

Douglas Wilcox

I am very sorry not to have met you on the water yesterday 8th Sep or today. I had paddled SE from Fleet Bay both days. Today I turned back about 30 mins before you cut across to Garlieston as I assumed you would already have been on the crossing. :) :)

£50.00


Sep 7, 2021

Connor (from Southerness)

£10.00


Sep 7, 2021

The Painter and Reader! (Balcary Bay)

£20.00

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