AUGUST 2020, JOIN 100%HOPE AND LIGHT ODYSSEY TO RAISE FURTHER SUPPORT FOR COMPUTERS & TECH, WHILE YOU SET-OFF ON A LIFE CHANGING ODYSSEY TO CLIMB MT. KILIMANJARO

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date: 7-28 AUGUST 2020 (Rongai) 
September 2020 TBA
trip duration: 21 days
challenge duration: 7 days
difficulty: medium / hard (2 options)
travel: plane, private shuttle
activities: trekking, camping
registration: $500
bonus: optional visit to 100% hope village in uganda (min 5 people)

Rising up from the plains of lush forests of Tanzania, Mt. Kilimanjaro is equal parts spectacular and majestic with its crown of ice. Climbing does not require any technical skills or special equipment, just some physical fitness and determination. The challenge is serious and should not be taken lightly and we will prepare you over the months leading up to this experience of a lifetime.

Over the next few months, we will work together to raise money for 100%hOPE, train physically in preparation for the trek to the summit of Kili and our prayer is that we will grow closer to God and position ourselves to be used in new and exciting ways.

The odyssey starts now..

quick facts

7 Day Rongai route

Grade: 4/5 (hard)

  • The easiest Kilimanjaro route.
  • One of the quieter routes on Kilimanjaro.
  • Approaches the mountain from the driest side, the best chances of good weather.
  • Ascent and descent are on opposite sides, you see both sides of Kilimanjaro. (You descend on the Marangu route.)

7 Day Umbwe route

Grade: 5/5 (challenging)

  • the route enjoys stunning views and unique experiences
  • One of the most challenging Kilimanjaro route.
  • The Umbwe route is a short, steep and direct.
  • Very low traffic on this route gives you a unique experience.
  • This route should only be attempted by those who are very strong hikers and are confident in their ability to acclimatise

included

  • Team mountain & health training in Australia
  • Guidance/coaching for fundraising and advocacy
  • 7-days Rongai / Umbwe Route (Certified, experienced, English-speaking guides, National Park gate fees, Camping & Rescue fees, All camp gear, tents, chairs, cooking equipment, and eating utensils, Oximeters)
  • Professional photos and video from the Odyssey
  • All accommodation (shared) per itinerary
  • All meals per itinerary
  • All transportation and transfers from the in-country meeting point

not included

  • Personal expenses (visas, airport taxes, Internet, insurance, etc.)
  • Tips for guides, porters, and cooks (budget  app. $250pp)
  • Sleeping bags and personal equipment
  • Additional in-country tours
  • Optional trip to hOPE Village, Uganda
  • Single room/tent supplement
  • Meals not listed / Snacks

To join the odyssey you will be required  to complete the following

  • Complete, sign and return application form with registration fee
  • Reach personal fundraising goal $5000AUD
  • Provide a doctor signed health check

fundraising

  • You will get your own personal fundraising page once you sign up for the odyssey. This will become your hub to begin sharing your personal story with friends and those around you. 
  • All money can then be collected through the secure and accredited systems of “My Cause”.
  • our goal for each adventurer is to raise $5000. with some expert fundraising coaching, inspiring ideas and team catch-ups, you will easily achieve the goal over the course of time between sign-up and heading off on your odyssey. it is also possible that additional money above the minimum amount can be used towards your travel costs! 

IT'S TIME TO TAKE THE FIRST STEP.

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who is 100% hOpe

100% hope is a christian non-profit organisation, established to give children in developing countries a future and a hope through creating self-sufficient communities. our vision is to see african children educated and skilled to become responsible citizens, while learning to use their surrounds in order to be self-sufficient.

You can be confident that your involvement makes a real difference to the lives of children living in poverty. 100% of funds donated go directly to our projects in Uganda.

 We partner with local, poverty-stricken communities in Uganda to promote the spiritual, economic, physical and emotional development of children. This approach will enable generations of African children to have a future and a hope through educational development so that their basic needs are met without the need for long-term individual sponsorship. 

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