Philanthropic Travel in Tanzania ~ Kids of Kilimanjaro

travelpic1Kids of Kilimanjaro has partnered with Exquisite Safaris Philanthropic Travel to provide privately guided philanthropic learning experiences in Tanzania. Kids of Kilimanjaro shares Exquisite Safaris commitment to combine transparent, accountable and high impact philanthropy inspiring, educating and empowering traveler donors and host communities to deeper global relationships.

The Exquisite Safaris Philanthropic Travel experience integrates indigenous local culture into every purpose driven experience they recommend. Their personal introductions create authentic cross-cultural friendships that generate trust, respect and generous donations, funding philanthropic travel humanitarian projects worldwide.

Kids of Kilimanjaro was founded in 2005, the program has grown to feed over 13,000 students a nutritious lunch every school day. The results have been striking. Attendance at participating schools is at 100%. Schools have extended the school day by an hour because of the students increased capacity to learn and the government will be opening 15 additional schools in this upcoming school year to accommodate demand.

Working in collaboration, Exquisite Safaris Philanthropic Travel and Kids of Kilimanjaro will create measurable impact in Tanzania and transform lives by building bridges of hope, understanding and compassion.

Exquisite Safaris Philanthropic Travel donates $250 per traveler to their 501c3 partners ($225 is donated to Kids of Kilimanjaro and $25 to Black Rock Solar).

To learn more about Kids of Kilimanjaro, click here.

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