KILI 28/8 THE BENEFICIARIES.
The Children of Africa.
The reason we ALL climbed Mount Kilimanjaro
Below and following are three pictorial reports on our visits to the three beneficiaries of the proceeds of Kili 28/8. If you need more information on how these three projects are being conducted and where your money is going to, please do not hesitate to contact me for a full report.
We can guarantee you all that the money is being well spent and that 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the beneficiaries. We can also guarantee that none of the funds that we raise will be going to administration or kick backs. That is why we are working with Rotary clubs on the ground in Africa who are well trusted and have a great track record of delivery.
We are looking to double the funds raised, through the Rotary Foundation with matching grants.
We will be closing this phase of the fund raising on December the 31st. So we invite you to continue the awareness and hence fund raising for Kili 28/8. We are still $35,000 short of our target of $100,000 Aussie.
We walked many steps as a team up and down Mount Kilimanjaro and each step we took was for a purpose and for Anna Khuzwayo ( a fellow climber) each step was for someone she knows with HIV/AIDS in her township of Imizamo Yethu; for me each step was for an orphan of Africa. I mean to make every step we took as a team count in some way for them in the future.
Enjoy our pictorial essay, following, on our visits to those that need our help the most.
Thanks to you all.
Special thanks to all our climbers:
Linda O' Neill
Kate O' Neill
Very,very special thanks to our Albatros guides, cooks and porters.
Especially Elias, Moses, Kidane, Alphonse and Paul.
The whole Kili 28.8 team would like to thank Veronica Otter from the New Arusha Hotel for the very generous discount on all our accommodation costs. It was indeed a wonderful hotel and the three nights we spent there will be remembered for a long time. Especially the great service from all of the staff. When in Arusha you MUST stay at this wonderful oasis in the middle of a bustling city.
The New Arusha Hotel Web site.