Mount Kinabalu Klimb for Kancer 2013 donation drive

After Coalition Duchenne successfully climb Mount Kinabalu last August, it’s cancer survivor’s turn to scale the highest peak of Borneo.

On 22 & 23 September 2013, 2 cancer survivors & a team of 25 volunteers will scale to the peak of Mount Kinabalu, Sabah.

23 year old Nazri Hamzah survived bone cancer and sadly lost his right leg to cancer when he was about 15. Nazri is active in sports, he represents the Malaysian Wheelchair Basketball Federation. He will brave together with Rozieana Jorun, 26 from Kudat, Sabah who survived leukemia (T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia).

Mount Kinabalu Klimb for Kancer 2013

This fundraising climb is self-funded by climbers (volunteers). All funds raised will directly benefit poor cancer patients and their families in our country. The campaign aims to raise RM60,000.

MAKNA is the Malaysian National Cancer Council. You can get more information from their official website here: http://www.makna.org.my/

You can donate through one of the volunteer’s campaign page here:

Vemanna campaign

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Or you can also buy a t-shirt to show your support to the drive:

t-shirt-klimb-for-kancer

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And thank you for Corezone, the official hiking apparel for Klimb for Kancer survivor.

I have done my part. Now it’s your turn to give hope to those who needed the most!

I have helped thousands of climbers of Mount Kinabalu to book their climbing spot since 2006. If you want me to help you, just fill in the form below and send it to me. Thank you very much! 

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