By KLTV Newsdesk
The Magic Wishing Well Charity recently raised over £50,000 in support of societies most vulnerable through several events, including climbing several mountains across the UK.
On the 23rd of August, the crews set out to climb the famous Mount Snowdon, situated in Snowdonia National Park, Wales.
At a height of 1085 meters above sea level, it is the most elevated point in the British Isles outside of the Scottish Highlands.
46 people, aged between 12 and 50, participated in climbing Mount Snowdon. Every individual was enrolled for the climb with a fixed minute expense which paid for their transport there and back from the mountain and their nourishment including food for the day.
All the participants paid for their own reasonable equipment and fitting apparel for the climb. Additionally, every individual was given an objective to raise sponsors from their family and friends.
The Magic Wishing Well Charity’s goal was to raise £50,000 for the vulnerable, poor and less fortuned people in the UK around the world.
Dillpazer Zareef, one of the participants, said: “It was my first-time climbing Mount Snowdon; I found the ascension extremely troublesome yet because of my sponsors and the extraordinary cause for The Magic Wishing Well it inspired me to finish the trip. The experience was astonishing as the view was amazing”
Shakeel Faraz, a co-founder of The Magic Wishing Well, said: “It was a memorable day being with a colossal group who show love, care and offer a similar enthusiasm.
“The astounding part of the entire occasion for me was how the group paid little heed to age, colour, religion, race and background. In this day and age, it can be uncommon to see an enormous and diverse bunch cooperating for one reason. I am honoured to have these astonishing people around me.”
After the groups’ initial climb, the trustees of the foundation chose to have a BBQ the following day where conversations broke out about doing another climb to raise even more for the charity.
Everybody concurred and put their name down to do another climb for the cause.
A couple of months later, on October 11, the team set out to scale Mount Whernside, this time joined by a few special athletes.
Siblings Adam Azim and Hassan Azim, two Professional Boxers from Slough, London, joined The Magic Wishing Well on their ascension of the mountain. They came energised with a plan to utilised the climb both as an opportunity to support a noble cause as well as a training camp for them and their team.
Joining the brothers, was another professional boxer from Halifax, Khalid Ayub, as well as ex-boxer Zahid Hanif Kahut and boxing referee Jed Cheema. The boxers tested each other in hurrying to the top.
They were additionally joined by Team Azim who offer a significant level of expert help and administrations to their fighters.
Finally, a charity car wash was held on Sunday, October 18 by a local businessman.
The event featured an auction, which included several luxury items including signed Premier League football jerseys, and even a Rolls Royce. A raffle was also held to further raise funds.
All in all, The Magic Wishing Well believes they have raised well in excess of £50,000 to help support the most vulnerable in our society, especially in these difficult times.