You have one month left to join the HACK and stand up for children!
Only one month left to join the team and hike your way to the finish at this year’s NSPCC’s Hike Against Cruelty to Kids (HACK)! There is still time for you to sign up and help out stamp out cruelty to children in Northern Ireland![caption id="attachment_38767" align="alignleft" width="290"] First walker last year signed up: Michael Wilgar with Caire Galbraith of the NSPCC looking forward to the Mourne HACK.[/caption]
The Mournes HACK offers some of the most dramatic and breath-taking scenery in Northern Ireland, giving you the chance to see some stunning views of the coast, sea and countryside. Forest loughs, rivers and bogs await you as you walk in the footsteps of 18th century smugglers on the Trassey Track.
NSPCC community fundraising manager Clare Galbraith said: “I would like to thank all of our walkers who have signed up so far to support this year’s HACK. Once again it’s set to be a fantastic event with hundreds of participants and volunteers taking up the challenge in the Mournes for NSPCC. I would encourage everyone to consider registering for this year’s HACK to help raise vital funds for vulnerable children in Northern Ireland!
“There is still plenty of time to take to the hills and get walking in preparation for the HACK event! We’ll give you full support with your training and fundraising; when you register, we’ll send you a pack filled with fundraising activities and top training tips.”
The Mournes HACK is open to over 18’s. The registration fee is £20 for the 14-mile route and £25 for the 20 mile route. For further details, online registrations and payments, or to volunteer for the event, please log on to:
or contact the Northern Ireland NSPCC fundraising office on 028 9035 1135 or email email@example.com.
The final registration date is Monday the 15 September 2014.
So the only question is: can you ‘HACK’ it for NSPCC Northern Ireland?]]>