Manly Sea Eagles legend Steve Menzies has completed his arduous climb of the world’s highest mountain raising money and awareness in support of the Mark Hughes Foundation.
The former NRL stalwart and team Lottoland have conquered Everest.
The Sea Eagles legend and his team completed the monumental 5500m trek to help raise money and awareness for the Mark Hughes Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation in search of a cure for brain cancer.
In spite of their achievements, the team stayed humble and appreciated that although the mountain they climbed was gruelling, people suffering from the disease have to climb much bigger mountains than this each and every day.
Lottoland was proud to sponsor such a great cause and hopes the donation given to the Mark Hughes Foundation can help further support the research and possible cure for brain cancer.
Lottoland encourages others to get behind this great cause.
Click here to make a donation.
About the Mark Hughes Foundation
The Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) is a not for profit organisation formed in Newcastle by Mark and Kirralee Hughes following Marks diagnosis with Brain Cancer in 2013. Mark is a well-known and highly respected former Newcastle Knights Rugby League player, business and community identity who is undergoing treatment to fight brain cancer. The Mark Hughes Foundation has been formed to raise much needed funds to fund brain cancer research, heighten awareness and support brain cancer patients and their families within the community.