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People who are faced with meningitis and septicaemia have to act fast to help save a life.

Become an Adventure Leader and help beat meningitis

Become an Adventure Leader and help beat meningitis

22 May 2014

Calling all students - we are looking for Adventure Leaders for next summer’s Kilimanjaro treks, and our dog sledding in the Arctic! If you are currently studying at University, then this could be your chance to make a huge difference in the fight against meningitis and septicaemia.

Adventure Leaders work with us to recruit and support volunteers at their University giving hundreds of students the chance to take part in an epic adventure and raise vital funds for us. In return for your support you can gain valuable skills for your CV, a marketing qualification, make loads of friends and get a reduced fundraising target on your trek.

What our Adventure Leaders say:

“Getting to know a whole new bunch of like-minded students is amazing. Together we're working to raise as much money for MRF as possible whilst preparing for an incredible challenge...and having loads of fun whilst we were doing it! Every time a team member meets the next target I get just as excited as them as I know it puts them one step closer to Kilimanjaro...and one step closer to a cure for meningitis!”- Alice Ward, Adventure Leader, Loughborough.

If you think that this is the role for you then get in touch with Susie Bailey on 01454 280413

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Becky Pierce-Jones

Becky Pierce-Jones

Hi, I’m Becky and I’m the PR Manager.

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