What is the campaign?
As part of our commitment to make the world a better place 100% of profits from products sold in our Climb Like a Girl range will go towards assisting young women in rural Nepal get a better education.
In our 2019 campaign we were able to provide the following to the Shwet Ganesh School in Dhulikhel:
|100 brand new winter uniforms||1 year of school lunches for the kids|
|Pens, pencils and other stationary||Art equipment|
|Reading and educational books||A cricket set|
|Volleyball and netballs||Basketball hoop and ball|
|Soccer balls||Markers witches hats|
|Whistles and stop watches||Board games|
The Himalayas in Nepal have captured the imagination of outdoor adventurers for decades and the Climb Culture team are no exception here. Our Co-Founder Caitie spent some time volunteering at a school in Dhulikhel in 2017 and was deeply touched by the beauty of the country and it's people. One thing that stood out in particular was the need for additional resources and education support for young Nepalese girls.
How are we doing it?
We are focusing our initial efforts on assisting the Shwet Ganesh School in Dhulikhel. When we arrived in October 2019 we worked directly with the principal of the school to determine the best use of the funds. By going directly to the source we are able to avoid a lot of red tape and unnecessary costs so every dollar goes where it needs to.