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WHAT WE CONSERVE

On each trip, we fundraise and donate money for local conservation projects around the world. In 2014, we are focusing on the conservation of two species: the critically endangered African Black Rhino and Elephant.

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WHERE WE’VE BEEN

Check out where we’ve been and where are planning to go! Our next hike is to Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa to protect critically endangered rhinos and elephants.

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WHO WE ARE

“We climb mountains around the world for a conservation cause.” We raise awareness and funds for land, water & wildlife conservation. Recent projects have focused on raising awareness & funds for endangered species.

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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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“To achieve that Summit is one thing, to achieve it in order to help support wildlife conservation is another huge, big thing!” – Lucy Fitzjohn John from “C4C Team Kilimanjaro” [...]
Tue, Nov 04, 2014, Continue reading at the source
A Team from Climb for Conservation reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro – the tallest free-standing mountain in the world on November 1st, 2014! The team has raised over [...]
Mon, Nov 03, 2014, Continue reading at the source

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