Our goal is simple: hike 44 miles to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds, so the children of Mgadla Community in Zimbabwe don't spend hours each day hiking to fetch water and missing out on an education.
It's been more than two years since our company, Mains'l Services, began working alongside the Mgadla community, building a much-needed new school in rural Zimbabwe. There are over 250 children in the region who cannot attend school, simply because the journey is too far by foot. The foundation of the building has been constructed and the location for the borehole has been identified; now we need your help to turn this bare frame into a school where the children can learn and thrive. With a committed community forming bricks by hand, the building is taking shape. This is where you come in. We need your support to raise $25,000 to put in the bore hole, to buy the roof trusses, window and door frames, playground equipment. In May 2020, M2T10 will be on the ground to finish the school and attend the ribbon cutting on the bore hole. We need you!
It's a dream come true to embark on this extraordinary climb that will change so many lives - including our own!
Thank you - Terri Williams and Anne Silcher
|$500.00||Stacy Roe||Mon, Jan 13|
|$50.00||Renee Bergquist||Tue, Jan 7|
|$100.00||Jason Bergquist||Tue, Jan 7|
|$100.00||Judy Cobb Cobb||12/12/19|
|$10,000.00||Teresa C Williams||7/24/19|