Christopher Stewart and Bruce Brebner are climbing the three highest peaks in Greece to raise money for Architects Benevolent Society. Their aim is to raise £2917, the height of Mount Olympus in meters.
Our aim is to raise £2917, the height of Mount Olympus in metres, for the Architects Benevolent Society, who help past and present members of the wider architectural community, from people just starting out in their careers, to those who are now in retirement. Please support us in raising money for this important cause.
Bruce and Chris will be climbing the three highest peaks in Greece culminating in Mount Olympus on the 19th of June. The mountains are located in the remote north of Greece within the Pindos and Zagori regions. Their aim is to raise £2917, the height of Mount Olympus in metres, for the Architects Benevolent Society.
This hike is supported the highland walking society’, run by people who love the mountains. Each year they arrange guided, group walking journeys to worldwide destinations.
None of us know when we might need support and times get tough, but ABS is always here to help the architectural community. This year I am climbing Mount Olympus with Bruce Brebner, a fellow architect, to raise money for this charity, please help us by supporting Architects Benevolent Society.
To Support Chris and Bruce’s Climb visit their Just Giving page: