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What We Protect

Every year our goal is to donate funds for local conservation projects around the world.  In 2013, we are focusing on the conservation of two species:  (1) the critically endangered African Black Rhino and the (2) near-threatened Jaguar species.

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Where We’ve Been

Check out where we’ve been and where are planning to go. Our next hike is the Machu Picchu Trek which will benefit the near-threatened Jaguar, which has seen its population in the wild decline by over 96% during the last half-century.

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Who We Are

“We climb mountains for local conservation causes.” We raise awareness and funds for land, water & wildlife conservation. For 2013 and going forward, our overhead expenses are covered by designated donors and 100% of general, outside donations go directly to the causes we support. 

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P.O. Box 4971
Aspen, CO 81612
Ph: (970) 948-2991
Fax: (757) 548-2345

ginna@climbforconservation.org

Climb for Conservation is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity, EIN: 27-3118371.
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Your on-line donation will directly help our efforts in supporting critical conservation causes throughout the world, including the support of endangered species that are currently facing the very real threat of extinction. Donations are tax-deductible.

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