Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb

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On June 16th I will begin an incredible journey to climb 19,500 feet to the top of Africa’s tallest mountain – Kilimanjaro in Tanzania – to make a difference.

The vision for this climb is to help end girls living in crisis –which includes both child labor and trafficking in all its forms.
Summiting Kilimanjaro will take every ounce of the determination I had at the Vancouver Olympic games, but it will all be worth it knowing that we will be helping girls escape slavery and exploitation.

Follow my journey to the top of Kili via this blog – check back often as I will post every few days starting June 16th, 2015!

 

Global TV – Kili Climb 4 Kids

http://globalnews.ca/video/2021716/olympic-curler-cheryl-bernard-climbs-kilimanjaro-for-kids

Hashtag to follow our journey on social media: #kiliclimb4kids

Follow me on twitter @TeamBernard

Link to Donate To Our Climb

http://www.worldvision.ca/getinvolved/team-world-vision/Pages/Kili-Climb-for-Kids.aspx

 

Thank you to our sponsors:

SoLo Bars (nutrition partner) @SoLo_energybar

GoodLife (training partner) @GoodLifeFitness

Kenya Airways (travel partner)

Charity Challenge (tour partner) @CharityChallCA

Heartland Printing and Graphics (printing partner)

Sierra Sil (muscle partner) @SierraSil

And a special thanks to Out There Adventure Calgary and Jamie Clarke @OutThereCalgary @JC_Climbs