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Climb for Concern

Will you step up and support the world’s poorest communities?

Climb for Concern
Will you step up and support the world’s poorest communities?

Climb for Concern to help save lives.

Are you ready to rise to the challenge during lockdown? Why not transform your staircase into a mountain peak and step up to help save lives.

We have six challenges to choose from – three for individuals and three for teams.

Join us today and take on the Climb for Concern challenge. The money raised will support our work to transform the lives of vulnerable communities in 23 of the world’s poorest countries at this difficult and challenging time.

How does Climb for Concern work?

Follow our three steps below to become a Concern home-based hiker and help change lives.

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Pick one of our individual or team challenges.

You have up to 14 days to reach the summit!

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How your support could help

Our teams are mobilising to respond to the threat of Covid-19 and help save lives in 23 of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable countries where we work. Drawing on our experience and expertise helping to control outbreaks like Ebola, we’re working with local health authorities to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Local men and women attended goat fair in Mangochi Prosper, to reduce the spread of Covid-19 Concern has introduced handwashing when entering the market. Malawi. Photo: Concern Worldwide
Local men and women attended goat fair in Mangochi Prosper, to reduce the spread of Covid-19 Concern has introduced handwashing when entering the market. Malawi. Photo: Concern Worldwide
Lucy Magaso practices hand-washing as a preventative measure to combat the spread of Covid-19. Malawi. Photo: Samson Mgeni/Concern WW
Lucy Magaso practices hand-washing as a preventative measure to combat the spread of Covid-19. Malawi. Photo: Samson Mgeni/Concern WW
Beneficiaries observe social distancing and wash their hands before receiving distributions in Kasai Province, DRC. Photo: Elysée Muadi Nyembwe / Concern Worldwide
Beneficiaries observe social distancing and wash their hands before receiving distributions in Kasai Province, DRC. Photo: Elysée Muadi Nyembwe / Concern Worldwide
Concern teams are distributing COVID19 leaflets in Bangladesh. Photo: Md. Mohidul Hasan/ Concern Worldwide
Concern teams are distributing COVID19 leaflets in Bangladesh. Photo: Md. Mohidul Hasan/ Concern Worldwide
People queue to wash hands as a preventative measure to combat the spread of Covid-19 at a seed fair in Traditional Authority Mlolo, Nsanje District, Malawi. Photo: Samson Mgeni/Concern WW
People queue to wash hands as a preventative measure to combat the spread of Covid-19 at a seed fair in Traditional Authority Mlolo, Nsanje District, Malawi. Photo: Samson Mgeni/Concern WW

We are distributing hygiene kits, installing handwashing stations, promoting social distancing, creating awareness campaigns and adapting our programmes so that we can continue to provide vital aid.

The situation is changing rapidly and we are only able to respond with speed and agility to this crisis because of the commitment of supporters like you.

Take the challenge

  • The coronavirus poses an existential threat to the world's most vulnerable communities

  • Our teams are mobilising to respond to the threat and help save lives

  • We need your help to reach more people

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