FEARLESS FIRE WALKING CHALLENGE

 

WHAT? The phenomena that is walking barefoot over 15ft of red hot coals!

WHEN? 1 March at 5.30-8pm

WHERE? Devonshire Square, outside the offices of Squire Patton Boggs

WHY?….Well, because it is an amazing thing to do and by doing it you will be helping raise funds for communities in Malawi.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO; 

1. Say you’ll come by accepting this invitation by clicking signing up using this link: http://www.cvent.com/d/btqclw/4W It is £35 to take part in the firewalk.

2. Then start fundraising by sharing the team event link for the night below;
https://www.givey.com/spbfearlessfirewalkchallenge

3. Or you can set up your own fundraising page for Love Support Unite on give by creating an account and choosing Love Support Unite to fundraise for;

https://www.givey.com/

4. Get a friend, colleague, family member, client, business contact or someone else to join in! Having a team makes it even more fun. The more the merrier.

SOME PRACTICAL INFO; 

Walkers will meet in the board room at 5 for 5.30pm for a briefing and “training” from Scott, World Fire walking Record Holder! The walking will start at about 7.00pm.

More info; 

Each walker is asked to raise or pay a minimum of £35 to cover the cost of the event with a suggested fundraising total of £100. Previous walkers have raised as much as £5000 personal sponsorship. There will be a prize for the highest fundraiser.

If you have any questions about the event please email gemma@lsufoundation.co.uk

About us

Love Support Unite is a growing, dynamic, grassroots charity that aims to permanently lift communities out of poverty through sustainable development. Based in the UK, we currently work with rural communities in Lilongwe, Malawi, implementing our unique Foundations for the Future model – with incredible results so far. Established in 2012, we are still small, but have huge ambitions for the future.

Love Support Unite grew out of its sister charity, Tilinanu Orphanage, founded by Alice Pulford in 2009. While working in Malawi on a voluntary placement aged 19, Alice found a vulnerable group of orphan girls who were surviving on just one bowl of porridge a day. On her return to the UK, Alice committed herself to raising the funds needed to build Tilinanu Orphanage, which now houses 34 amazing girls! However, the experience had made Alice only more aware of the urgent needs of wider communities in Malawi, and, so, with the help of her sister, Nina, Love Support Unite was born. Alice and Nina’s vision and tireless enthusiasm have already helped change to the lives of thousands of people, and both have received David Cameron’s Points of Light Award for outstanding volunteering.

LSU takes creative approaches to fundraising, including the sale of Love Specs at UK and European music festivals – love-tinted diffraction spectacles that turn points of light into fractal rainbow hearts! In 2017, we sold £70,000 worth of Love Specs, with 100% of all profits going to the charity, and we have some very famous fans, including Rudimental, Ed Sheeran, Pixie Geldof and Cara Delevigne.