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Charity Trips with Make A Difference Now

Join one of these great trips to benefit Make A Difference Now (MAD). MAD supports quality educational opportunities for vulnerable children and youth in developing countries. Hike to the top of breathtaking mountains while making a difference! MAD can help you, your club, or company setup your fundraising page and fundraise for your trip.

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July 1-13, 2017: Kilimanjaro, Safari, & School

Climb Africa's highest mountain and Make A Difference Too!

Join MAD on a fundraising climb and safari that will change your life and truly make a difference in the lives of vulnerable youth. The first week will be spent learning about the local Chagga culture and at the children’s school. The second week will be spent climbing Africa’s highest peak, followed by a safari.

Itinerary in Brief:

DAY 1 / JUL 1: Arrive Kilimanjaro International Airport, transfer to Moshi, overnight MAD Guest House
DAY 2-4 / JUL 2-4: Volunteering with Make A Difference Now, overnight MAD Guest House
DAY 5-11 / JUL 5-11: 7-Day Machame Trek
DAY 11 / JUL 11: Overnight Bristol Cottages
DAY 12-13 / JUL 12-13: 2-Day Safari to Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro Crater, overnight at Endoro Lodge, drop off at Kilimanjaro Airport


  • Cost of Kilimanjaro Trek: $2545/person
  • Add-on Safari: $695/person
  • Fundraising Goal: Minimum of $1000

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October 9-25, 2018: Nepal: Everest Base Camp Trek

Itinerary in Brief:

DAY 1 / OCT 9: Arrive Kathmandu Airport, transfer, overnight Hotel Tibet
DAY 2 / OCT 10: Morning Kathmandu City Tour, afternoon meet with guide and prepare for trek, overnight Hotel Tibet
DAY 3-15 / OCT 11-23: 13-Day Everest Base Camp Trek
DAY 16 / OCT 24: Free Day, overnight Hotel Tibet
DAY 17 / OCT 25: Depart Kathmandu


  • Cost of Climb and Tour: $1995/person
  • Fundraising Goal: Minimum of $1500/person


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