Emily Wheeler: University of Exeter Climbs Kili

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Emily Wheeler: University of Exeter
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I will be climbing Mt Kilimanjaro to make a real difference to the lives of Street Children in East Africa. Over the course of 2 memorable weeks, I will climb to the Roof of Africa via the Machame summit route. But before I embark on this challenge of a lifetime, I’ll have the opportunity to visit one of the projects you’ll be helping me support. By taking part in this challenge, I am becoming part of the Kilimanjaro Legacy. This means I am not just raising funds in the name of Hope for Children; during the project visit, I will be seeing first-hand the impact of my fundraising by talking to the inspirational staff and volunteers of HOPE’s partners, as well as meeting the children who need our help. By the end of this incredible journey, I will have raised vital funds for street children, completed an incredible challenge, and developed a real and tangible understanding of a project that gives children the opportunity to reach their full potential.

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