Team L&T completes single-day 25km charity trek for Ukraine

23rd September 2022


A brave group of hikers from Lee & Thompson completed a tough physical challenge last week in the Peak District, climbing nearly 3,000 feet over a 25km distance to raise money for the evolving humanitarian effort in Ukraine. We trekked to support the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal (our current Charity of the Year). The group of 25 began between Hope and Castleton and before long, ascended onto the dales via the renown steep limestone valley. Next in their sights was the ascent of Mam Tor then the dramatic Edale valley edge horseshoe and challenging descent into Edale. Finally, the group hiked over Hollins Cross to complete the challenge into Hope Valley.

Help our fundraising

If you can sponsor our team of walkers to support our fundraising challenge, it would mean so much to our walkers: You can sponsor our Charity Trek with Ukraine by donating to our dedicated Charity Trek for Ukraine fundraising page through the button above or here.

The Trek in Pictures

More about the Appeal

The Appeal is working tirelessly to provide essential humanitarian relief to those fleeing the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Nearly ten million people are now internally displaced with around seven million refugees. 1,000 health facilities are in areas that have changed control and our support could help to provide emergency aid, shelter, food, water, hygiene/medical supplies and support to families and vulnerable people in Ukraine and neighbouring countries. The UN and humanitarian agencies identified a £4 billion funding requirement. Read more about the Appeal’s activities here.