Climb Kilimanjaro for The Children’s Society
Every few days, I hear of someone climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for a cause. They go out, get a bunch of friends and family, raise money for the cause, and then go over and painfully make their way to Kilimanjaro’s summit, Uhuru. On the top, they hold out a flag or a piece of paper with the charities name on it. This week it’s The Children Society, a charity, that helps children with multiple disabilities and complicated health needs.
Read more about Steve Green’s charity to climb Kilimanjaro. While I think it’s great that people climb for a cause, I wish more of the proceeds could go toward local charities in Tanzania where Kilimanjaro is.
By Peter Baxter
| January 8th, 2007