MOUNT KILIMANJARO – TREK TO ONE OF THE WORLD’S GREATEST PEAKS.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world’s great seven peaks, Mount Kilimanjaro has long been a goal for adventurers worldwide. The challenge of reaching the 19,341 ft (5,895 m) summit and the exhilaration of standing on the rooftop of Africa are unparalleled.
Now, you have the opportunity to embark on this transformational adventure of a lifetime on October 5-14, 2022, all while raising awareness and funds to see an end to neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). Following the 7-day hike through the Machame trek, participants will also have the opportunity to visit our Tanzanian partners to experience first-hand how they are working to control and eliminate NTDs.
WILL YOU JOIN US AND SUMMIT TO SEE THE END?
To support your success, we will provide you with:
- A customizable fundraising page to share with your friends and family.
- Tips and tricks on social media, email, and mail outreach.
- Exclusive END Fund-branded shirt, water bottle, hat, and more!
And, of course, unwavering support from the END Fund team!
We value the dedication made by our climbers and will support you in any way possible to make sure you have a safe, successful, and enjoyable experience.
FUNDRAISING AND REGISTRATION COMMITMENT:
To help continue funding our partners’ transformational work, we ask that each of our climbers raise $10,000 toward this trip – $3,000 to cover costs and $7,000 in fundraising towards our NTD programs. One of your generous END Fund supporter has agreed to match your $7,000 fundraising goal – your impact will be doubled!
For more information on how you can join our October 2022 summit and support our mission, please contact Laura Parrotta at [email protected]
About the END Fund
Founded on the principle that no one should be left behind, the END Fund helps communities and governments to see an end to the five most prevalent neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) by bringing together partners and investors from around the world to support the delivery of life-changing NTD treatments, sight-restoring surgeries, and training healthcare workers.