Africa

'Climbing Kilimanjaro was the toughest, most incredible thing I've ever done.'

'Climbing Kilimanjaro was the toughest, most incredible thing I've ever done.'

There were moments I questioned my life decisions and would have been totally ok to stop. It was in those moments I reminded myself why I was here. The money raised would go towards education and improving the quality of life of so many kids. It was bigger than me, and it was time to dig deep. My mantra for the climb was ‘One foot in front of the other, one breath and then the next’.

Our Summit for School for Life adventure

Our Summit for School for Life adventure

On September 8th, a group of 16 adventurers reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. It was a feat that took seven days to complete; a gruelling mental and physical challenge battling freezing cold temperatures and altitude.

Experience the week up on the mountain from the eyes of our CEO, Annabelle Chauncy, who led the team of 16 and tackled Mount Kilimanjaro the second time around - two years in a row!