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Thinking of Climbing Everest for Charity? 2017-04-12 18:19:48
Fancy climbing a 60-million-year-old giant?

Mount Everest is one of the most majestic mountains you’ll ever see, let alone climb. As the highest mountain above sea level, it’s always been a favourite for ambitious mountaineers.

Would you believe that, geologically speaking, 60 million years is young for a mountain? The oldest mountain range in the world is the Appalachian Mountains in North America, parts of which are 1 billion years old. But while Everest might be trumped in age, it will never be surpassed when it comes to spectacular views.

If you’re looking to climb a mountain for charity, why not take up our Everest challenge?

At Childreach International, you can climb to one of Everest’s base camps. Don’t worry, we won’t be making you climb to the top; only highly experienced mountaineers would even attempt to make it to the summit.

Our 22-day trip will enable you to experience Nepalese culture with a fun and fabulous team.

Our children’s charity can take you to many incredible places.

Our Everest challenge is just one of our many fundraising opportunities taking place abroad, which also includes trekking to Machu Picchu. Like Everest, this lost empire is one of the most breath-taking sights you’ll ever set eyes on. With our 22-day trip, you’ll also be raising money for a highly worthy cause at the same time.

Read more about our Everest Base Camp Challenge.

Want to do something amazing and raise money for a children’s charity? Like the idea of adventuring overseas at the same time?

Then we would love you to join us in 2017.

Many adventures await you when you take up one of our awesome challenges. Whether you’re a student looking to make a difference, or an intrepid backpacker who wants to benefit others, Childreach International can help you fundraise money for the world’s most vulnerable people: its children.

Who are we?

Childreach International are a global child’s rights movement that work in several countries: Brazil, Nepal, India and Tanzania. Although we are a smaller children’s charity, your money goes to many big causes- including the fight against child trafficking.

Are you ready for a life-changing challenge?

With Childreach International you can visit some of the world’s most exciting, life-enriching places.

Our fundraising overseas includes our trek to Machu Picchu: one of the seven wonders of the world. As the homeland to a mysterious civilisation, this part of Peru is both intriguing and enchantingly beautiful. You will be trekking through the famous Andes mountains, meeting local llamas on your journey as you follow the Salkantay trail to Machu Picchu.

So, if you’re looking for a charity that offers fundraising overseas, consider Childreach International in 2017.

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