Justin Wright from the WOLO Foundation has made no secret of the fact his wife’s cancer diagnosis has changed him. With his wife now a ‘survivor’, and life getting back to ‘normal’ he feels ready to take a break from routine and go on an adventure. The self-funded 10 day opportunity departs this November: a Himalayan mountain trek climb to the world famous Everest View hotel, culminating in the first ever Sherpa-led mountain retreat - and is part of “The Inspiration Programme’.
TIP is an international adventure, personal development and conservation programme providing opportunity for busy individuals to journey to majestic and remote wild places, in order to discover a less driven and a more reflective, natural and fruitful life.
Justin will be joining forces with a group of other adventurers including former Royal Marine Commando and Special Forces Officer Neil Laughton; who climbed the mountain with Bear Grylls; and John Richards; Author of ‘Awareness, Change, Relationships and Fruitfulness, both directors of TIP.
Justin says, “I met and worked with John Richards after my wife’s cancer diagnosis. John helped move me forward and has taught me skills and self belief/care that makes me feel humble and brave enough to deal with anything that life throws at me. It’s a once in a life time experience - a unique 10 Day trek in the Himalayas in November 2019. I’m very much looking forward to the trek and hope to use the adventure to raise awareness and much-needed funds for WOLO Foundation - a charity my wife and I have set to help families through cancer. His wife Fler Wright supports him 100%, and feels the trip will be a fantastic opportunity for his personal development. Turning our cancer experience into a positive will help so many other families. Justin is very excited about his adventure and will be doing regular updates and vlogs so please follow and support his journey via instagram @instagram.com/wolofoundation/ or Facebook @thewolofoundation
You can donate here: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/wolofoundationtrek
Thank you so much for your continued support.
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