Climb Kilimanjaro for Clean Water

On September 24, 2017, ten volunteers will be taking a once-in-a-lifetime journey to Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania: Robert Duffy; Stephen Dunne; Brian McDonough; Gregory Duffy; and Benjamin Houck have already pledged their commitment to ascend the world’s highest freestanding mountain, to raise funds in order to help rural communities in Tanzania gain access to clean water. This journey to the roof of Africa will raise funds to support the Philadelphia-Serengeti Alliance (PSA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit focused on the development of water resources in areas of Tanzania. Since 2011 our group, which grew from an outreach ministry at St. Peter’s Episcopal 

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This #GivingTuesday, please keep Philadelphia-Serengeti Alliance (PSA) in mind. With your help, we can bring clean and safe water to thousands in #Tanzania and give opportunities for women to own businesses and girls to go to school without spending hours each day gathering water for their families. Donate here: Every donation counts! Thank you!  

Donate a Pint of Water Today – Help Us Finish the Well in Kowak, Tanzania

The Setting The Serengeti derives its name from the Maasai term meaning “endless plains.” It is one of the places on earth longest inhabited by human beings, and is the home of the landscape and wildlife that instantly come to mind when one thinks of Africa. Kowak, Tanzania is in East Africa, on the Indian Ocean and south of Kenya, with a population over 43 million, of whom 80% are rural. The Serengeti, Rorya and Busega Districts are in the north, near Kenya and Lake Victoria. The area lies just south of the Equator, with a tropical climate and two 

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