“This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one …. I am of the opinion that my life belongs to the whole community and as long as I live it is my privilege to do for it whatever I can. “ - – George Bernard Shaw

     My 1st photo as a recovering quadriplegic

    My 1st photo as a recovering quadriplegic

    Reinventing yourself can be great. As recovering quadriplegic I am no longer able to do the photography that I once was, my work will now be even more focused on what it’s supposed to do, which is to help children around the world one photo at a time. this is my 1st photo since becoming the recovering quadriplegic.

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    Helmet Cam Tips

    Helmet Cam Tips

    A few Do’s and Don’ts for getting the most out of your helmet cam.

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    Climb for a Child Mt. Kilimanjaro Expedition to Deploy a Language Development Station

    Climb for a Child Mt. Kilimanjaro Expedition to Deploy a Language Development Station

    In their on-going mission to help children around the world through their unique cultural immersion process where they connect sponsors of children’s education to a child in need, the next Climb for a Child expedition to Mt. Kilimanjaro scheduled for February of 2012 will deploy a language development station for the children.

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    Ride for the kids

    Ride for the kids

    Come join us on an inaugural epic motorcycle adventure as we circumnavigate the island country of Lesotho while raising funds to help support developing the Hole in the Wall Camps Just Footprints and Camp ‘Mamohato in Southern Africa.

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    A Day in India

    A Day in India

    India is a spiritually moving place. Explore some of the day’s images from a recent Climb for Child exploratory trip in India. If you are interested in helping a child through adventure travel, please contact me to learn how.

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    Climb for a Child at EMS in Nashua Friday and Saturday

    Climb for a Child at EMS in Nashua Friday and Saturday

    Meet Imani Mangowi, the youngest son of Harry Mangowi, one of our porters for the past two years. A very bright and promising young man, Imani has been accepted by the Climb for a Child program and will be given a chance to start over at the very prestigious private school, Arusha Modern. Imani is just one example of the Climb for a Child’s one-to-one grassroots sponsorship that is making a difference, one child at a time.

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