Between 23 February-3 March a team of 11 people are climbing Kilimanjaro in aid of Child Bereavement UK. Please support the team by reading their profiles, where you will find details of their fundraising pages.  

Danielle Baker & Amy Durham: Supporters of the charity for many years, both Danielle and Amy have taken part in the London Marathon in aid of Child Bereavement UK. Danielle has also volunteered for the charity in order to learn more about our support for bereaved families and children.

Danielle & Amy's Fundraising Page

Emma Youens: Emma is fundraising for Child Bereavement UK in memory of her baby son Ellis, who died at 38 weeks. Emma and her  husband Mick were supported by our Buckinghamshire service in 2013.

Emma's Fundraising Page

Jessica Holloway & Emily Wood: Jessica and Emily are friends of Danielle and Amy (see above). Jess and Emily have raised awareness of Child Bereavement UK throughout their fundraising and training for Kilimanjaro. 

Jessica & Emily's Fundraising Page

Tamsin Jones: Tamsin is climbing Kilimanjaro and raising money for Child Bereavement UK in memory of her daughter Asten, who died in 2017. 

Tamsin's Fundraising Page

James Beard & Rob Farndon: James and Rob are raising money for Child Bereavement UK in memory of James's son Jack, who died, aged five, in 2015. 

James & Rob's Fundraising Page

Glen Riley: Glen has been involved with the charity for over ten years. As a father of two young children, he says he cannot imagine the pain many parents face after the death of a child. He has been fundraising for Child Bereavement UK to help the charity continue its support for families and children across the UK. 

Glen's Fundraising Page

Victoria Beel: Vicky learned about Child Bereavement UK through her employer, which supports Child Bereavement UK. 

Vicky's Fundraising Page

Eileen Charlambous: Although not personally bereaved, Eileen is walking alongside friends Emma Youens (see above) and Maggie in support of Emma. 

Eileen's Fundraising Page

Maggie Everitt: Having never before taken on such a large challenge, Maggie is walking alongside Eileen and Emma in memory of Emma's son Ellis. 

Maggie's Fundraising Page