MISSION POSSIBLE - Lion's Head
So you thought it was impossible to have a thousand people go up Lion’s head in 3 hours?
Well think again because we are on a Mission Possible to change the plight of the children of our city through challenging but fun activities. Mission Possible is a concept coined to raise funds for Newkidz, an organization whose endeavor is to ensure safe and comfortable living environments for the children of our city. The activities will challenge individuals to push their bodies to the limit and do what is ordinarily perceived to be impossible. The first of many activities to come will be a hike up Lion’s head on the 2nd of March. This Mission Possible will require as many residents of Cape Town to ascend upon Lion’s Head on this Saturday morning to show the children of our city that all things are possible when we unite for a common cause.
Whether you prefer to run up the mountain, make as far up as you can or be a witness at the bottom, come one, come all! The journey up will be symbolic of your triumph so come prepared to celebrate personal and corporate victories.
We’re calling upon you to come and join us on the 2nd of March as the great cloud of witnesses shows the world of possibilities we can achieve.
As long as your heart beats, you have what it takes to take on this challenge. So bring a banner if you can, dress up if you please, invite a friend if you are able for you never know, you might just be a lucky winner.
Please make a donation towards Newkidz Projects by visiting the activist page:
Your contribution will make a difference beyond measure and automatically enters your name into the lucky draw!
When: Saturday 02 March 2013
Meeting Place: Base of Signal Hill Road
Duration: 3 hours
Contact: 0799390026, firstname.lastname@example.org
“A person with Ubuntu is open and available to others, affirming of others, does not feel threatened that others are able and good, based from a proper self-assurance that comes from knowing that he or she belongs in a greater whole and is diminished when others are humiliated or diminished, when others are tortured or oppressed.” Desmond Tutu
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