Annual Volcano Challenge for Underprivileged Kids

 
$5,311
$4,689
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Remaining
Apr 18, 2012

Volcano Challenge

The dates are set for the fourth annual Volcano Charity Challenge in Guatemala. This year the challenge is taking place on the 24-29th of November. This year, being our 10th year anniversary, we want to try and raise $20,000 in total which will go towards our local teacher salaries for 2013 in Guatemala. Recent challenges such as kayaking and hiking have helped pay for food programmes which help over 400 children in the indigenous communities in San Andrés Itzapa and Santa Maria de Jesus. We would like to keep raising the bar and keep providing education to the children of Guatemala. Without this, the children would simply not receive an education. By donating just a small amount, the project will receive funding to allow the school to have teachers who can provide official certificates for the children, which goes a long way to achieving our sustainable goals. We can continue our community schemes and the children can continue to receive breakfasts and fruit. 

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Ross Deans

St Albans, Herts United Kingdom

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