Canadian celebrities reach new heights

Canadian celebrities Cheryl Bernard, Corey Vidal, JD Scott, and Rick Campbell are joining Team World Vision on a climb to the top of Africa’s highest mountain in the hopes of ending child slavery.

The 8 day climb to Mt. Kilimanjaro starts this June. Participants hope to raise $150,000 to support girls who are forced into child labour, marriage, sexual exploitation and violence.

In a world where 116 million children are forced into illegal work, often under dangerous and filthy conditions, World Vision’s No Child For Sale campaign is offering support.

World Vision is dedicated to working with children and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

Image Souce: World Vision, google Images


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