Sky Sports presenter David Jones is now currently taking advantage of an global break in the Premier League season, however he won’t have his feet upward. Instead, three marathons will grow in 3 times for School Aid India, rising over 2,000 feet a day – shooting in portions of the Cleveland Way and the North Yorkshire Moors – the equal of climbing Ben Nevis . School Aid India – set up by Jones’ mom Helen – provides education for underprivileged children in Darjeeling, in the Indian Himalayas. Through fund raising she didn’t erect a school building that’s currently filled with kids who are desperate to learn, a few miles and night to find an education their households was possible. Not a cent comes out of the Indian authorities; all the teaching, tools, books, and even computers, are provided by the charity, but the results have been extraordinary. Roseberry School – named in which Jones grew up after the unusual hill Roseberry Topping which sits above the North Yorkshire village – homes 140 kids in seven school years, providing them with their families out of their poverty trap and an education to lift them. Jones said:”It is an incredible success story but its survival depends entirely on contributions – School Aid India is run by volunteers like my mum – and each and every penny goes straight to the faculty. “Think about it like this: #20 would give one child with a school uniform which will fill them with pride, #50 would provide one class #2250 would cover a teacher’s wages for the whole year.” The charity has completed the build of a brand new school wing, and to kit outside the building they are currently looking for a 7,590 to give furniturenovels, an IT center, musical instruments, sports equipment and other standard tools. You can donate here Read more: