Give Back and Climb Mount Kilimanjaro with Omaze

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro can be life changing, and with Omaze it can change more that just your life. #omaze #mountkilimanjaro #climbkili #amanichildrenshome

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Give Back and Climb Mount Kilimanjaro with Omaze

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is the opportunity of a lifetime. I refer to it as the best worst thing I’ve ever done because I struggled so much on my journey. That struggle was worth every second as it set me on the path that led me to the person I am today.

What if you could climb Mount Kilimanjaro and change not only your life, but the lives of children in Tanzania? With Omaze, you have that opportunity.

Climb Kilimanjaro with Omaze

For as little as $10, YOU can win the chance to experience this journey (but upgraded!) for yourself. All you do is donate to a great cause - helping children impacted by poverty - at, and you’re entered for the chance to win:

  • A 7-day hike up Mount Kilimanjaro, the Roof of Africa and the tallest free-standing mountain in the world along the Machame route with Thomson Safaris

  • Premium accommodations, an expert hiking guide, and home cooked meals for the entire trip Round-trip flights to Tanzania

So don’t wait—entries can only be made until March 21! Click here to donate and don’t forget to use promocode RETHA100 for 100 additional entries!

Mount Kilimanjaro Memories

Give Back and Climb Mount Kilimanjaro with Omaze

One of my most vivid memories of the climb was summit night. While most of that night was putting one foot in front of the other and listening to the, tink, tink, tink of my hiking poles hitting the rocks each time I took a step, I’ll never forget the sight I saw when I stopped and looked up towards the summit. Since the goal is to get to the summit as the sun is rising, everyone has their headlamps on. When I took my gaze off of the ground in front of me and tilted my head towards the summit I remember seeing the light from the headlamps in front of us curving their way up the mountain like a long snake.

Kilimanjaro also pushed me to my physical and mental limits. Because of my time on the mountain I know how strong I am and how far I can push myself. There were plenty of tears and day when I wanted to quit, but I didn’t. As a result, I’m stronger for it.

You know I’m all about making the world a better place - it’s the Girl Scout in me - so when Omaze contacted me to assist with promoting a chance to win a trip to climb Mount Kilimanjaro I jumped at it!

What is Omaze?

Climb Mount Kilimanjaro for the Amani Children’s Home

Omaze is a global charitable giving platform that works with celebrities, influencers, and personalities to help world changers - those people on the ground doing good - raise money to make a difference and give those who donate the opportunity to have experiences of a lifetime. Since its founding, Omaze has had people from 170 countries donate over $100 million to over 150 charities all over the world.

Interested? Here’s what you do. Click here and visit their website. Click the ENTER NOW button, and choose how much money to donate to the Amani Children’s Home (more on them later). The more you donate the more chances you’ll have to win a trip up Mount Kilimanjaro with Omaze. Just $10 will give you 100 entries for your chance to win! Enter promo code: RETHA100 at check out and get 100 additional entries.

The Amani Children’s Home

All of the money raised goes to the Amani Children’s Home. The goal of the Amani Children’s Home is to reduce the number of street kids in Tanzania by providing a nurturing place for homeless children to heal, grow, and learn.

Children in Tanzania end up on the streets for so many different reasons from the poverty, neglect, sexual abuse, or loss of parents to HIV/AIDS. The Amani Children’s Home gives street kids a second chance providing them with a place to live, an education, and when possible reuniting children with extended family members.

Need more convincing? Read all about my journey up Mount Kilimanjaro.