Cure Brain Cancer is proud to announce Million$Mission, where 12 successful business people will join Charlie Teo to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in July 2016 and raise $1 million.
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Ten Australian and international success stories are joining Charlie Teo for once-in-a-lifetime opportunity; a personal challenge, a physical hurdle, a bold objective to raise a million dollars for brain cancer research.
15 – 25 July 2016 includes 8-day challenge
Arusha, Tanzania, 15 July
5/5 – the ultimate challenge
$100,000 minimum per participant (Includes on ground travel, and commitment fee. Airfares not included.)
Twin-share in lodges and camping (TBC)
At 5,895m (19,341 feet), Mt Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano and both Africa’s highest peak and the largest free-standing mountain in the world. It is located in Tanzania and sits close to Tanzania’s northern border with Kenya. It is only a couple of degrees south of the Equator and rises high over the dry savannah below, yet has colossal glaciers surrounding the summit.
The extreme altitude on Kilimanjaro’s upper reaches makes summiting an enormous challenge. Paradoxically, the fact is there is no technical climbing involved – which makes it highly achievable. It is a long, slow walk up a very big hill!
It isn’t about conquering the mountain, but rather enjoying it. With that in mind, we have selected the most scenic and spectacular route, which will give us ample time to acclimatize.
Richard Field, Director of African Family Safaris and one of our guides
We will be supported by Tanzania’s finest climbing operation, with the best record for summit success, safety and ethics, African Family Safaris, with the support of Epic Private Journeys and Summits Africa.
Expressions of interest
Please contact Michelle Murray, Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 02 9550 5244.