Louis is incredibly proud to have had the support of many of his role models as patrons for his projects.
SIR RANULPH FIENNES
(The world's greatest living explorer)
"Best of luck."
(Extreme Adventurer & Best Selling Author)
“I wish Louis the best of success on his latest inspirational and creative endurance challenge which is fundraising in aid of another great cause.”
LOUIS RUDD MBE
(Record Breaking Polar Explorer & Former Special Forces)
“Having trekked over Pen y Fan many times during my SAS career I can appreciate the enormity of the challenge Louis has set himself. To climb it 10 times within 24 hours will take serious stamina, determination and will power. A true test of endurance and for a worthy cause, I wish him the best of luck. Onwards!”
SIR CHRIS BONINGTON
(Nineteen expeditions to the Himalayas, including four to Mount Everest)
“I have had several friends whose lives were cruelly affected by Alzheimers and personal experience of the suffering caused to families and loved ones by dementia since I nursed my deceased wife through motor neurone disease, which is one of the cruellest of all. Dementia and Alzeihmers touches far too many lives and so I ask that you support this charity challenge with fervour. Thank you.”
(The first and only person to have climbed the 7 summits and cycled around the world)
"Best of luck to Louis in his Project 20 in 2020 journey. It's a great range of challenges that will test his resourcefulness and resilience. I look forward to following his progress."
ROBERT SWAN OBE
(The first person to walk to both Poles)
“I’m proud to see the young generation of adventurers such as Louis Alexander continue to fly the flag for British adventure. I wish him all the best on this incredible challenge in support of finding a cure for Dementia.”
(The first person to walk the Yangtze River)
“A great challenge lies ahead, but I have no doubt that Louis will succeed. A great cause and a heart warming story, you will be tested, but you must remember why you’re doing this… don’t stop, you got it."
(The first person to cycle, swim, and run the length of Great Britain, from Land's End to John o' Groats)
“Taking on 17 marathons in 17 days is not easy, trust me, I’ve been there. I’m proud to be supporting Louis on his challenge.”