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Sunday, 15 September 2013

If you read our inspiring guest blog posts from Emily Yates you'll be familiar with the charity organisation she mentioned called Jolt Trust. We're really interested in what this small charity offer to disabled people and what they have already achieved. So we'd like to share some more info about the Jolt Trust movement with you...

"Since 1983, the Journey of a Lifetime Trust (JoLt) has been making a positive, lasting difference to the lives of hundreds of disabled, ill, abused and neglected young people. JoLt is a small charity run on a totally voluntary basis by a group of ordinary people with families and careers. It was set up in 1983 to make a positive lasting difference to the lives of disabled, ill, neglected and abused young people.Every two years, we organise expeditions all over the world for groups of young people (from fourteen to twenty one years) with significant disadvantages. All long to travel to far-away places. JoLt makes their dreams come true." - JoLt Website

Sounds amazing right? Fancy getting involved?

Well there are many ways you could help to get involved with this charity and their work. First of all is by donating so that they can continue to offer these fantastic expeditions for the disabled youngsters in years to come. If you'd like more information about this please click here.

Or you could nominate a youngster to be considered for taking part in the 2014 expedition across Africa!

"We are busy planning our next journey for July / August 2014. We aim to travel from the heart of Africa to the Indian Ocean. We will start our travels in Zambia, before heading through Botswana, South Africa, Swaziland and arrive in Mozambique a month later. We will take in the mighty Zambezi River and Victoria Falls before entering Botswana, the gateway to the Okavango Delta. South African highlights include the world famous Kruger National Park and Blyde River Canyon. The Kingdom of Swaziland will be the location for a community project and some exciting trekking, before arriving on the beaches of Mozambique to complete our journey." - JoLt Website

For more information about how to nominate please click here!

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