Since its inception, My Peak Challenge has raised more than $6 million USD for a number of causes that mean so much to us, including fighting global hunger, addressing environmental problems, funding blood-cancer research and supporting end-of-life care.

Ocean Conservancy is a United States based nonprofit working to protect the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges, including plastic pollution, climate change, overfishing and others. Together with their partners, they create evidence-based solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.

Ocean Conservancy has led the fight for a clean, healthy ocean free of trash since 1986, when the organization launched its annual International Coastal Cleanup® (ICC). Since then, Ocean Conservancy has mobilized millions of ICC volunteers to remove trash from beaches and waterways around the world while pioneering upstream solutions to the growing ocean plastics crisis.

Ocean Conservancy invests in cutting-edge scientific research, implements on-the-ground projects, and works with conservationists, scientists, governments, the private sector and members of the public to change the plastics paradigm.


When Dave and Hilda Eastwood lost their daughter Susan to leukemia in 1960, they were determined to spare other families the pain they had endured — so they started raising money to find a cure.

Blood Cancer UK is their legacy.

The life-saving work the organization does directly affects people like Hugo:

Over the last 50 years, survival rates for childhood cancer have risen from 10 percent chance of survival to nearly 80 percent, and survival of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (among the most common forms of childhood blood cancer) has gone from an average of six months to an 85 percent overall cure rate.

This extraordinary turnaround is due in part to the tireless work of Blood Cancer UK’s supporters, whose efforts have raised millions for blood cancer research over the last 50-plus years.

But despite the incredible advances that have been made, there is still much work to be done.

There are 137 different types of blood cancer affecting millions of people of every age, race, and gender across the globe.

Blood Cancer UK is committed to realizing the Eastwoods' vision: ensuring everyone affected by blood cancer is able to live their life to the fullest.