Sponsored Mud Run – “I didn’t realise there were obstacles!”

Starting educate. has led us to do some pretty crazy things, but this obstacle-filled mud run might be the craziest so far! On Saturday April 21st, four educate. team members voluntarily subjected themselves to thick mud, barbed wire and electric shocks in the name of raising money for one of educate.‘s projects: a library for Escuela Guadalupe Ulloa.

Frankie braved the electric shock mud crawl.

Lisa was the only one to complete the monkey bars challenge over freezing water.

Fionn, who is scared of heights, went down a 10m ‘Superman’ slide into an icy lake.

And Antonia successfully scaled a 3+ meter wall (with some help from a random Dutch guy).

“I didn’t realise there were obstacles!” said Fionnuala after the run. “I genuinely didn’t think it was possible and I’m still in shock that we finished it!”

We are currently working with the Guadalupe Ulloa primary school to support them in starting a library for their 300+ students. While teachers and leaders on the ground are designing the implementation of the project, we are working with a group of local Honduran carpenters to build furniture for the library space, and we are working to raise funds for these and other library resources.

Read more about this project here.

Thank you so much to everyone who has already supported us. Sponsorship pages are still open for any who are interested: https://www.chuffed.org/project/educate-mud-run

One thought on “Sponsored Mud Run – “I didn’t realise there were obstacles!”

  1. very impressive..!
    Good luck with the fundraising and we will hold a second hand sale soon as we are moving house and all the proceeds will go to educate.
    best wishes ,Joan v H

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