October 01, 2007

AIDS Climb

Support continues in North Carolina, USA:

Each year, members of the Duke, UNC, and surrounding communities come together to raise money for the fight against AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. The inaugural climb was up Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2004. That effort raised $10,000. In 2005, AIDS Climb was brought back to North Carolina as we climbed Mt. Mitchell, the highest peak east of the Mississippi River, and raised $9,000. Last year, similar funds were raised as we tackled Pilot Mountain.

This year, the Climb goes to Hanging Rock on October 27. Take part in AIDS Climb to benefit our partner organizations, including Amani Children's Home, KIWAKKUKI, and Students for Students International.

Visit AIDS Climb for more information.