Come with us to Kilimanjaro

How long is your bucket list? Mine is fairly long. I am about to kick one item off of my bucket list :) and thought I would share my next adventure in case you are interested or know anyone who would like to start the new year in such a phenomenal way! My next trip is to Kilimanjaro. I am going with a group of adventurers to raise funds for the PCRF. We will be on the summit on 1.1.2015. We are so looking forward to this adventure! If you would like to join us or know anyone else who does, please check this  site that has the information about the climb, PCRF, a Q&A page and a link to the registration form

http://climb4pcrf.wordpress.com/.

The climb is going to be 26 Dec – 2 Jan 2015. The summit day is going to be on 1.1.2015 which is a great way to start the year! Check the site for information about the cause, the fundraising and the tour company.

So what do you say, start the new year on top of Africa and help heal children, who can say no to that? :)

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Climbing Kilimanjaro

kilimanjaroOn January 17, 2014, for the first time in history, three injured Arab children will climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, to raise awareness and support for the plight of injured and sick children in Palestine and Syria.

Mohammed, Mutussam and Yasmeen have all lost their limbs during their childhood and were treated abroad through the support of hundreds of volunteers in the PCRF. These injured teens are now training hard to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro with a team of volunteers led by Suzanne Al-Houby, the first Arab & Palestinian woman to summit Everest and to reach the top of Kilimanjaro six times.

The Palestine Children’s Relief Fund (PCRF) is a non-political, non-profit organization dedicated to healing the wounds of war, occupation and poverty for children in the Middle East. They have done amazing work sponsoring wounded children who need medical attention, finding a host home, and providing the medical attention needed. They have many chapters through out the United States and also in the UAE, Qatar and Jordan. If you would like to support the children in the Climb of Hope and show them that they can pass the Kilimanjaro challenge despite their injury, you can do so HERE.