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K for Kilimanjaro

My 18-year-old daughter Kathy is climbing Kilimanjaro in October to raise money for Childreach International; Childreach International is an international development charity that believe all children should have the opportunity to unlock their full potential in life.

They work in partnership with local communities in the developing world, addressing children’s most immediate needs, improving access to education, improved health, and greater child rights and protection. They work with project partners in the Kilimanjaro and Mogadishu regions in Tanzania; this year they are working with FEDA, Ace Africa, KWIECO and White Orange Youth.
She has already paid the £245 registration fee but now must raise a further £2450, which is where you can come in. You can donate at her MyDonate page or (in the UK only) texting UNLOCK113933 to 70007.

You can also follow her fundraising efforts on Twitter: @KforKilimanjaro

Follow on FaceBook: KForKilimanjaro

Every little helps!


About arkadyrose

Genderqueer artist, singer, musician, writer, tailor, mead-mazer and doll crafter living in Walthamstow, NE London. Periodically develop obsessions with various topics; currently it's Paganini, previously Ancient Greece and Alexander the Great, but also fascinated by Ancient Egypt and Romano-British culture. Christo-Pagan.


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