Whether you’re an adventure-seeker or adrenaline-junkie, now is the time to channel your inner superhero and test your nerve as Sight Support Hull & East Riding is offering you an amazing opportunity to abseil down one of Hull’s tallest and most iconic buildings; the K2.

The charity has joined up with Lost Earth Adventures to host an abseil challenge to raise money for local people with sight loss.

Angela Gregory, Income Generation and Marketing Manager at Sight Support said: “It costs approximately £700,000 every year to provide all our support services to improve the quality of life for local people who are blind or partially sighted. We receive no funding from central government, which means we rely heavily on the generosity of our local community. Quite simply, we cannot help the 2,300 people we currently help without their support.”

“As always, we have lots of fundraising events planned for 2019, but we are really excited to be able to offer people the chance to abseil down the K2 building. This is something very special, and we are extremely grateful to Lost Earth Treasures for helping to make it possible.”

Discover the meaning of urban adventure with this epic abseil down Hull’s tallest office building. 360° views and an exhilarating 200ft descent is guaranteed to get the adrenaline pumping!

Registration is £30 with a minimum sponsorship of £75.
(Cheques should be made payable to “Sight Support Hull & East Yorkshire”)

Hurry as places are limited for this one day only event.

To sign up for this amazing challenge, please complete our Abseil Registration Form and forward it with your deposit to:

Sight Support Hull & East Yorkshire
466 Beverley Road

Please ensure that you read Lost Earth Adventures Terms and Conditions prior to registering for this challenge.

Or register your interest today by sending an email with your full name and contact details to fundraising@sightsupport.org.

Deadline for registration is 12th April 2019.

Make 2019 the year for doing something you never thought you could. Take on a challenge for yourself and for local people with sight loss.