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EVERY MOUNTAIN MATTERS

buy climb for conservation shirtThank you for visiting Climb for Conservation! Our mission is to climb mountains around the world for a conservation cause.

We educate, raise awareness, and fundraise for wildlife conservation. Each mountain we climb brings us one step closer to making a positive statement and real difference in the world! Please join us on a future climb or support our work with a donation.

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Ginna Kelly, Founder

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OUR VALUES

Climbing mountains. Saving species. JOIN US!

UPCOMING CLIMBS

KILIMANJARO • RAINIER • BRAZIL

We have climbed big mountains of the world, with 350+ climbers raising awareness, and we’ve donated over $80,000 for conservation.

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MEET OUR CLIMB LEADERS

Join our team captains for a trek of a lifetime, while helping save lives.

Ginna Kelly

Ginna Kelly

April Kelly

April Kelly

Libby Price

Libby Price

Jaclyn Leo

Jaclyn Leo

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Together we make all the difference

Endangered Rhinos

Just 13 more years and all Rhinos could be gone…We support various in-country conservation projects around the world, including the Mkomazi Rhino Sanctuary, which is the only rhino sanctuary in Tanzania.

  • Mt. Kilimanjaro with Tusker Trails 2016

Kilimanjaro Summit Success!

Climb for Conservation made the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro with our guides Tusker Trails this August 2016! Stay tuned for future trips in 2017 and 2018.

  • endangered jaguar

2018 is “Our Year to Save the Jaguar”

The Jaguar population has decreased 96% due to habitat loss and poaching! Now listed as Near Threatened, heading towards endangered, on the IUCN Red List. Long revered for its hunting prowess and strength, has also been feared for the same reasons, even though jaguars have rarely attacked humans.

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CHANGE A LIFE TODAY

Our efforts focus on raising awareness for land, water, and wildlife conservation.
According to recent studies, unless we take action now, human activities and
climate-related change could drive 1/2 of all species on Earth to extinction
by 2100.

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