Mt Kilimanjaro for The PlasterHouse. Hakuna Matata!

 Mother Teresa, Bill Gates and Adam Gilchrist, all rolled into one?

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Make a life transformation, with one simple action?

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Australian, Sarah Rejman, working in incredible African conditions, talks with you personally

Being a woman, a mother and on a mission

How our need solid leadership, whether Maasai or Australian.

One simple 3-second action that brings beautiful consequences

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Sarah, an East Malvern girl, is back in Australia to raise awareness and money for tiny surgeries, needed by the poorest of the poor

Children who are burnt in fires – born with abnormalities, who experience serious injuries

Maasai, Christian, Muslim, Chagga all in need of somebody to care – The PlasterHouse Rehabilitation Hospital, Arusha Tanzania

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In January 2019, eleven Australians from 17 to 59 are climbing Mt Kilimanjaro to raise $100,000 and awareness for much-needed surgeries for 200 Tiny Tanzanian children who have crippling disabilities, that can be fixed with modern surgical procedures; by international doctors who fly into Tanzania and operate, when enough funds and beds are organised by Australian Sarah Rejman, through her African based rehabilitation hospital, The PlasterHouse. For some climbers, this will be our fourth trip to The PlasterHouse.

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In Australia got a medical problem it’s fixed. In Africa, it’s not, but it can be.

We met Ruth before PlasterHouse helped her in 2016 - no right foot, no help, no future.  $500 to PlasterHouse, prosthetic made locally - employment and solution. We met Ruth again in 2018 - almost didn't recognise her, as she walked smiling and unaided.

We met Ruth before PlasterHouse helped her in 2016 – no right foot, no help, no future. 
$500 to PlasterHouse, prosthetic made locally – employment and solution.
We met Ruth again in 2018 – almost didn’t recognise her, as she walked smiling and unaided.

We are climbing Mt Kilimanjaro to tell everybody that $500 (fully tax deductible) to The PlasterHouse in Tanzania

1) cares for one disabled child from a village (with the parent’s blessing) while

2) American, European Surgeons (at no charge) operate on that child 

3) Then return the child to his or her village to get on with a better life. No religion, no politics. 6 weeks?

 Before Surgery - no life. After Surgery - normal life. That was $500 given to PlasterHouse.

Before Tiny Surgery – no life. After Tiny Surgery – normal life. That was $500 given to PlasterHouse.

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You can help Sarah through donating to The PlasterHouse in Australia – Global Development Group (CDG) Australian Not for Profit) – where your donation is fully tax-deductible and you get an immediate receipt emailed. We are paying all our own expenses.

How can you help

1. Click below, with your debit or credit card and sponsor one ($500) or two Tiny Surgeries ($1,000) …..or more please.

2. Click below, with your debit or credit card and sponsor us on the trek for any amount you like, please.

3.  Click below, with your debit or credit card and sponsor us on the climb @ 1.7 cents per metre climbed = rounded up to $100.

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More Details coming as we get through the Paperwork. Ticket Sales and Prize Announcements May 2018.

We are looking for 1-3 Major Sponsors

The Dinner

Tuesday, October 16th, 2018

  1. You will get full coverage through 2018 on James Market News (10,000 readers for $2m+ properties)
  2. Major signage on all tickets, advertising and on the night.
  3. 10 Tickets
  4. 100% of Ticket Sales to Dinner and Raffle will go to The PlasterHouse Tiny Surgery ProgramTSDJBA

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 The 11 Mt Kilimanjaro for The PlasterHouse climbers: Nat, Justin, Phoebs, Rhi, Gina, Mal. Sim. Anne, Maddie with Ethan and Hugh absent - out of Melbourne

The 11 Mt Kilimanjaro for The PlasterHouse climbers: Nat, Justin, Phoebs, Rhi, Gina, Mal. Sim. Anne, Maddie with Ethan and Hugh absent.

Minutes First Meeting April 14th 2018:

We talked about itinerary, safety and fundraising objectives:

Big Dates:

  • Training: Starting Sunday 22nd April
  • First Fundraising Talk with Sarah: Wednesday August 1st
  • 2nd Fundraising Dinner and Raffle: Tuesday October 16th AND all vaccinations
  • Leave January 6th 2019 or thereabouts for the Mt Kilimanjaro African Climb for The PlasterHouse.
    2 weeks with 4 days at PlasterHouse – basic accommodation all the way.

Next Week:

  1. Sim and Rhi to organise fundraising teams
  2. Justin to get together a training plan
  3. Nat, Phoebs and Mads to get a letter out Brighton Grammar, St Leonards and Star of the Sea
  4. All of us to make a donation to see how the Internet Portal works
  5. Anne to work out WhatsApp for us all and Link to This Page and Donation Portal to all

Aim:

10 contacts a month to help raise a targetted $10,000 each by years end which is 20 Tiny Surgeries each

6 Fundraisers:

All monies raised goes to The PlasterHouse Tiny Surgeries – 200 @ $500 per child. We are paying all our own expenses ourselves.

  • $500 per child for a life-changing operation – sponsor one surgery
  • The trek is over 7 days and 49 kilometres – sponsor per kilometre
  • Mt Kilimanjaro height is above Everest Base camp at 19,341 feet. Sponsor us per foot of elevation climbed
  • Raffle 16th October
  • Fundraising Talk with Sarah
  • Fundraising Dinner

End Of Meeting – see you at first training session

Those who have committed to the 2019 Mt. Kili team

1. 200 Child Surgeries for The PlasterHouse by raising money and awareness through 50 plus hours before we go.

2. Two x 3-hour training sessions per month

3. 2 weeks in Africa climbing as a team Mt Kilimanjaro (maybe not everyone makes it)

  • Justin Davis – Mt Kili Climb leader (overall, training, health and safety)
  • Hugh James – Mt Kili Climb leader (equipment)
  • Ethan Viant – Mt Kili Climb leader (medicines & equipment)
  • Simone Clarke – Airline and Passports: PlasterHouse awareness and 1st fundraiser organiser
  • Maddie James – Liaison with Sarah: PlasterHouse awareness and fundraiser and 1st fundraiser organiser
  • Nat Sullivan – T-shirts: PlasterHouse awareness and fundraiser and 1st fundraiser organiser
  • Anne Sidebottom – Internal Communications: PlasterHouse awareness and 2nd fundraiser organiser
  • Rhianna Hoyle – Meetings: PlasterHouse awareness and 2nd fundraiser organiser
  • Phoebe James – Fundraising Totals: PlasterHouse awareness and 2nd fundraiser organiser
  • Mal James – Itinerary: Group cost funding
  • Gina Kantzas – Payments: Group cost funding

April 

Initial Planning Meetings and task allocation.

Writing letters to schools and other sponsors

May

Fortnightly hiking up 1000 steps for 3 hours

Writing letters to schools and other sponsors

June – Target $20,000

Fortnightly hiking up 1000 steps for 3 hours

Writing letters to schools and other sponsors

July – Target $30,000

One hike up 1000 steps for 3 hours

Hiking up Donna Buang Trail from Warburton

Sarah is out here from Tanzania and available for talks

Major PlasterHouse fundraising event

August – Target $50,000

One hike up 1000 steps for 3 hours

Hiking up Donna Buang Trail from Warburton

September – Target $60,000

Fortnightly hiking up 1000 steps for 3 hours

October – Target $70,000

Fortnightly hiking up 1000 steps for 3 hours

Major PlasterHouse fundraising event

November – Target $90,000

Fortnightly hiking up 1000 steps for 3 hours

Cup weekend twice up Donna Buang Trail from Warburton

December – Target $100,000

Fortnightly hiking up 1000 steps for 3 hours

January 2019

Fly out to Tanzania

Hike up Mt Kilimanjaro

Work in PlasterHouse for a week

Fly back to Melbourne

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