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Kilimanjaro trek

Rosie and Ben are taking on Kilimanjaro for The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust because of their work to save animals from extinction.

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  • Team members: Rosie Pratt and Ben Pratt
  • Event: Kilimanjaro Trek, 10 Feb 2019 to 16 Feb 2019

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

We work on Kenya's front line to protect threatened wildlife and habitats

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Ben and I will be hiking Africa's highest mountain on 10th February for 6 nights and 7 days in aid of The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. We really appreciate any donation you can give, no matter how small!

The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust works on Kenya's front line to protect threatened wildlife and habitats. Hand raising orphan baby elephants who have lost their mothers, with years of care, these babies are gradually reintegrated back into the wild, with many going on to have babies of their own! The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust also operates Anti-Poaching and Mobile Veterinary Units, as well as Aerial Surveillance Teams, to keep wild animals of all kinds safe. Every wild life counts: Please sponsor us and help make a difference. 100% of the money raised will go to The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.

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