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Brave supporters encouraged to take on Cranstoun’s first ever charity abseil

Posted on: 26 February, 2024

Daring fundraisers are gearing up to abseil down Millennium Point in Birmingham, on a mission to raise £10,000 for Cranstoun.

There are still spaces for supporters to join the team taking on this challenge on 27th April 2024, which will be the first ever charity abseil for the social justice and harm reduction charity.

This exciting challenge is a great opportunity for you to have some fun while fundraising and face your fears in a bid to support Cranstoun’s work.

Registration is just £30 and each amazing abseiler will commit to reaching a fundraising target of £300.

On the day, there will be food, refreshments and music, with friends and family encouraged to come along to cheer on the daredevils taking part.

All participants will get a free charity T-shirt and certificate after completing the challenge and souvenir photos will be available to share with friends and family.

Jess Brown, Head of Fundraising at Cranstoun, said:

“We are so excited to see our team of fearless fundraisers take on the Millennium Point abseil challenge in April.

“This is our first abseil fundraising event, and we have high hopes to raise as much as possible for Cranstoun. If you have a sense of adventure and want to take on a charity challenge in 2024, sign up to take part and join Team Cranstoun!”

If you are brave enough to take on this challenge, you can register to take part here, or visit our fundraising page to donate now.


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