Daniel Fattal climbs Kilimanjaro raising more than £2,000 for seriously ill children and teenagers
Daniel Fattal, 21 years old from Hampstead Garden Suburb raised more than £2,000 climbing Kilimanjaro for children’s charity Spread a Smile reaching the peak on Friday, 19th February.
Daniel Fattal climbed 5,895m Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania with three of his friends all of whom went to school and university together at Immanuel College and University College London. Daniel was raising money to help Spread a Smile entertain seriously ill children and teenagers in hospital.
Daniel commented, ‘I was exhausted as I was suffering from altitude sickness so when I reached the top, it felt like a great relief. What drove me on was raising money for Spread a Smile as well as wanting to get over the final hurdle, completing the four-day climb.’
Josephine Segal, co-Founder of Spread a Smile said, ‘Daniel should be so proud of his achievement. Climbing Kilimanjaro is such a feat and we are so grateful to him for choosing to help Spread a Smile raise money to entertain seriously ill teenagers in hospital ’
And the winner of the £25 @MarineGelato voucher is......... @jessica_austin2 Well done! Thank you to @cassie_therapy dog for your help 🐾😀 https://t.co/leYY6jJx6A
I can't really explain just what a great charity it is and we as a family are grateful that you Let us make special memories. I wish we had known about you when my brother was alive. Please tell everyone.xxx
So thank you to everyone at Spread a Smile
from the Jain Family.