Zulfi is hosting a charity night on 21 September at Deeva Restaurant in Farsley where supporters will be able to enjoy live entertainment, dancing and a raffle while raising money for his not-for-profit organisation, Global Promise.
At the end of September, Zulfi and five others will fly to Nepal and walk to Everest Base Camp to raise money for Help the Heroes, Marie Curie Cancer Care and The National Autistic Society.
“It will be the ultimate challenge,” said Zulfi, who turns 50 on the day they hope to reach Base Camp.
Zulfi’s team includes UK hotelier James Hemming, manager of Sherwood-Forest based Clumber Park Hotel and Spa, two members of staff from Trafford NHS Trust, Bash Ahmed, Service Manager for Surgery, and Angela Parkinson, Theatre Team Lead, plus Kimberley O’Callaghan from The Fixer in York and Steve Cox from Keel Toys in Kent.
“Our charity night promises to be a lot of fun and I’m really looking forward to letting my hair down one last time before I set off,” said Zulfi.
Tickets priced £20 are available from Deeva Restaurant and include food and entertainment. Tel: 0113 236 0947 www.deeva.biz.