Klimb is a group of energetic people who want to raise lots of money for two charities by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Klimb are aiming to raise money to improve the quality of life for children in the UK and Africa through Chance UK and TAS. We will be hosting a variety of FUNdraising events throughout the summer leading up to a sponsored climb of Mount Kilimanjaro in October 2011.
We’re lucky. We’d like to make a difference to those who aren’t.
Please help us by making a donation!
Click here to donate to Chance UK or click the ORANGE mascot.
Click here to donate to TAS or click the YELLOW mascot.
Thank You for your charity LOVE!
Details of our charities and links to their websites are at the bottom of this page.
Tuesday, 28 June 2011
The BIG KLIMB party at Shoreditch House is HERE!
Your favourite fashion folk are hosting a charity party night at Shoreditch House on 13th July 2011. Come and share the love with Team Klimb! We start at 7pm. Ticket cost of £35 goes to our charities.
Come and join us for entertainments from The Tonic Fold orchestra, The Gay Bingo Boys, The House of Blue Eyes and DJ's Dunn & Severino plus our charity auction hosted by....someone fabulously FUN and fashionable!
Shoreditch House. 13 Bethnal Green Rd. London. E1 6JJ.
Order your tickets in advance by emailing Klimb's Lovely Leanne.
Sunday, 26 June 2011
Looking gorgeous people! Especially now we are stocked up on Simon's favourite, The Berry Botox!
Here are some pics. My how firm those eyes are looking.
Sunday, 19 June 2011
Friday, 17 June 2011
Friday, 3 June 2011
cocktails and consultations. 6.30pm to 8.30pmon Thursday 23 June
at the Monmouth Street store in Covent Garden
Evening consists of:
• Expert Skincare advice and consultations
• 20% discount off all products
• Generous goody bag
• Prize draw
Tickets: £15 donated to
Simon's charity Kilimanjaro climb
Tickets available in store pre event
or on the night. Or by emailing
Thursday, 2 June 2011
A quote from the lovely Caroline after the event..."Oh my goodness - I just had this terrible nightmare that I climbed up 7 mountains in 13 hours in torrential rain, gale force winds, hail and copious amounts of mud! Did that really happen??"