Mark's Mt.McKinley Climb for Orphans in Liberia

To improve the foster homes and the living conditions of the HFTN's orphans in Liberia.

Upon meeting Ken, I was truly inspired by his dedication to helping others and his amazing project in Liberia. It then forced me to look at myself and ask myself what I was doing to make a difference in people's lives. We are so lucky to live where we live and have what we have and I think everyone deserves a chance at happiness and prosperity. Unfortunately not everyone is given that opportunity so I feel it's our responsibility to give as many people as we can that chance!

After learning more about Ken's project, I asked him if I could get involved and the rest is history.

My goal is to raise money for this project so that he can:

1: Fix and improve the foster homes that they run which will improve the living conditions of the HFTN's orphans in Liberia.

2. Build some new homes for the families of malnourished children. This will provide the families a place to stay while their child gets treated and recovers from being malnourished.

I will be climbing Denali (AKA Mt.McKinley) the tallest mountain in North America in June of 2013 for Hope for the Nations and to raise money for this project.

Your help in supoorting this great cause is greatly appreciated, and together we truly can make a difference in people's lives.

Thank you,

Mark

Fundraiser Updates

  • The Covenant Group donated 
  • Dylan D Reece donated 
  • Neilson Financial corp. donated 
  • Melissa Geddes donated 
  • Tamiko donated 
  • Kilbane Consulting Limited donated 
  • Nicky Calvert donated 
  • Nicky Calvert joined the community 
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  • Stella M Benteau donated 
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LIBERIA - GANTA: Foster Home - Mercy Program and Farm

Foster Homes – Mercy Program: The work of HFTN Liberia began in late 1997 when Liberia was in the process of recovering from a devastating 8-year civil war (1990-1997) in which approximately 13% of the pre-war population was killed (300,000... Read more >