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Rashda's Snowdon Challenge - 13th August 2016

Hello/Asalaamu Alaikum and welcome to my online donation page for the 'Snowdon Challenge'.

Before I continue, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for taking the time to take an interest in this project!

'Rashda's Snowdon Challenge' is once again supporting the The Haven Project in an aid to raise funds to go towards building an Eco-house in a little village just outside Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. The cost of building one Eco-house is £65,000 and it will accommodate 10 orphans
and a carer.

In 2015 I raised funds for the same cause and climbed mount Snowdon via the Llanberis route.  The Haven Project have raised almost £30,000
to go towards the Eco home. This year I am facing the challenge of climbing mount Snowdon via the Pyg and Miners' track which is approximately 5.5km in length and 800m in ascent with some truly beautiful views.  This challenge is set to take place on Saturday 13th August 2016.

The charity leading this challenging project is Islamic Help. The aim of Islamic Help is to build an Eco-Village with 16 Eco-homes (supporting 160 orphans and vulnerable children), a playground, a sports ground, a mosque, a library, a community centre, a training centre and a permaculture farm.

The Eco-village will provide 160 orphans and vulnerable children with a secure base for their physical, psychological and emotional growth. It will also provide these children with an empathetic family setting and ensure that they too receive education, which encourages them to excel in life.
Please give whatever is within your means and remember, every penny helps in making a difference to the lives of those innocent children.

Many thanks (Jazakallah Khair)


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