NCH vice president to climb four peaks in Ecuador to raise funds

Howard Lake | 17 July 2004 | News

Neville Shulman, Vice-President of children’s charity NCH, has set off to climb four mountains in Ecuador in his latest fundraising activity for the charity.

It is always good to see charity trustees leading from the front when it comes to fundraising. NCH’s Neville Shulman will shortly be head and shoulders above his peers as he attempts a sponsored climb of mounts Pinchincha (15,729 feet), Iiiniza Norte (16,815 ft) Cotopaxi (19,348 ft) and Chimborazo (20,696 ft).

Since 1990 Neville raised over £1 million for the charity from other expeditions to Mont Blanc, Mount Kilimanjaro
and Mount Kenya, the Indonesian jungles, snow passes in Bhutan, and the South Pole.


As always Neville will pay all
expedition costs personally so that 100% of all donations will go directly
to NCH.