Event: A Journey to the Roof Africa "Kilimanjaro" between 19/02/2010 and 26/02/2010
Team Members: Moe Al Thani Matt M Raed Zidan Zed Al Refai
£6,210.00 raised of £5,895.00 target
£6,210.00 raised so far
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Help Team Moe and Matt raise a mountain of cash to tackle malaria
Scaling any summit over 4,000 metres is an arduous physical and psychological challenge, even if your expedition is led by someone as experienced as Zed, who holds the title of being the first Arab to summit Mount Everest and complete the Seven Summits challenge. As the world’s highest free-standing peak, Mount Kilimanjaro is particularly unique in this respect because it rises over 4,600m above the plains of Tanzania.From sleepless nights to gale-force winds, we’ll need to fight our way through stifling jungle cover, contend with some of the largest snakes on the planet and survive temperatures of minus fifteen degrees Celsius; all while battling altitude sickness, dehydration and aching muscles in the thin cold air. It’s been said that even tying a shoelace on Kilimanjaro’s upper reaches can wear the fittest person out.
However, despite the adversity, we are determined to summit Africa’s highest peak, because we’re determined to raise a mountain of cash to beat Africa’s biggest killer - malaria. That’s right, almost 3.3 billion people or more than half of the world's population, are at risk of dying from malaria. In Tanzania alone, home to Mount Kilimanjaro, malaria is the leading cause of child deaths, with one child lost to the disease every 30 seconds. That’s over a million lives every single year.In fact, in the time it’s taken you to reach this line, a child in Africa will have died of malaria.
So please donate generously and support our cause as we scale Mount Kilimanjaro to raise a mountain of cash to beat malaria. Every penny counts and even the smallest donation can go a long way to help save lives. All donations will go directly to the Malaria Consortium, a charity dedicated to curtailing the spread malaria and easing the devastation caused by this killer disease.You may donate from anywhere in the world using your credit or debit card. Simply work out how much you would like to donate in pounds sterling (£GBP) using this currency conversion website (http://www.xe.com/ucc) and JustGiving will charge you the equivalent amount in your local currency.
For example, just £5 will pay for a net to protect two lives. On the other hand, £100 will pay for effective life-saving malaria treatment for 200 children.Thank you for visiting our page and please donate generously.
We’ll see you from the Roof of Africa!
On a less somber note, Matt will attempt the highest chicken dance in the world at the peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro. You saw him ‘Sheikhing his thing’ back at sea level, now witness him go all out at the Roof of Africa. Keep in mind that our Facebook group has to reach over 2,000 members for him to perform it.
Thank you for visiting our page. We look forward to receiving your kind donations and messages of support.
See you at the Roof of Africa!
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Raising money for
Charity Registration No. 1099776
A child dies every minute from malaria. Malaria Consortium is one of the world’s leading charities dedicated to combating malaria and other childhood illnesses. Help us end these needless deaths. To know more about how we spend your money and where we work, please visit our website.
you are truly inspirational. great job guys
Donation by Melanie Mannix on 15/03/10
Enjoy the view when you get to the top! Good luck!
Donation by Hasina on 19/02/10
+ £5.64 Gift Aid
thank you all for the donations...and i guess its now time for the chicken dance at 5895m....keep watching www.moenmatt.com
Donation by Mass m on 18/02/10
On behalf of airarabia we wish Team Moe, Matt n Raed success to the roof of Africa, Kilimanjaro
Donation by airarabia.com on 18/02/10
all the best guys!!!u guys r doin this 4 an excellent cause..wanna c u guys back safe and sound in sharjah!!!!
Donation by Sachin Gadoya on 18/02/10
Donation by anshul siroya on 18/02/10
Donation by xx xx on 17/02/10
All the best for your trip to Mount Kilimanjaro. Have a safe journey. I.A
Donation by Umar Loane on 14/02/10
+ £42.31 Gift Aid
Donation by laura hayden on 13/02/10
Donation by Scott Bailey on 02/02/10
Its very honorable what you guys are doing.. best of luck..
Donation by @th on 30/01/10
Donation by Nawal Al-Hosany on 27/01/10
Once u guys reach the summit, make sure 2 look 4 the "Dear MoenMatt, I was here 1st !!!" note that I will be leaving for u guys :)
Donation by Ruba Al Hassan on 27/01/10
Good Luck guys...all the best.
Donation by Ziad Al Sharabi on 24/01/10
Donation by h khalid on 21/01/10
Cant wait to see the chicken dance Moe ;)
Donation by X on 19/01/10
Good luck - it was one of the best experiences i ever had. Enjoy the high altitude :)
Donation by Joanne Kubba on 19/01/10
Donation by J M....Good luck M & M on 13/01/10
Donation by h on 13/01/10
Eyes on the target...
Donation by M on 11/01/10
wish us luck,
Donation by Raed Zidan on 10/01/10
All The best, make us proud...
Donation by Jr. A M on 10/01/10
Good luck and keep that picture in mind ;)
Donation by k Alqassimi on 10/01/10
Donation by F on 06/01/10
Good luck! x
Donation by Sara L on 06/01/10
+ £70.51 Gift Aid
- * Online donations£6,210.00
- Offline donations£0.00
- Text donations£0.00
- Total raised£6,210.00
- Gift Aid£118.46
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