He will not have his feet up, although sky Sports presenter David Jones is currently making the most of an international fracture in the Premier League season.
Rather, Jones will climb three hilly marathons in three times to School Aid India, rising over 2,000 feet per day – taking in portions of the Cleveland Way and the North Yorkshire Moors – the equal of scaling Ben Nevis twice.
School Aid India – setup by Jones’ mom Helen – provides instruction for underprivileged children in Darjeeling, in the Indian Himalayas. Through fund raising she didn’t erect a school building which is now filled with kids who are desperate to learn, day, a few walking miles and night to obtain an education their households never dreamed was possible.
Not a cent comes from the Indian authorities; resources, all of the instruction, books, as well as computers, are supplied by the charity, however, the results have been extraordinary.
Roseberry School – appointed after the unusual hill Roseberry Topping that sits across the North Yorkshire village in which Jones climbed up – houses 140 children in seven school years, providing an education to lift them and their families out of their poverty trap to them.
Jones stated:”It is an unbelievable success story but its own survival is based entirely on donations – School Aid India is run by volunteers like my mom – and every single cent goes straight to the school.
“Think about it like that:
#20 would provide a college uniform to 1 child that would fill them
#50 would provide 1 course
#2250 would pay a teacher’s wages for the entire calendar year.”
The charity has successfully finished the now, and build of a brand new school wing to kit outside the building they are currently looking for a carefully costed #7,590 to give new books, furniture, an IT facility, musical instruments, sports equipment and other tools.
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