You folks are responsible for our success. Yes, the girls and I did the hiking, but we would have done that anyway, with or without a noble cause to spur us onward.
One can't hike for charity unless people actually care about you, your trip, and/or the cause. It's noble to put forth the effort, but if the endeavor is financially fruitless then nothing much has been accomplished. Fundraisers depend on people actually giving funds.
That's where you came in. In spades. We are so, so grateful. Thank you. Can't say it enough. Thank you.
We raised a total of $5009 for GirlVentures and we raised at least $5050 for Global Fund for Women. (New Hampshire's Portsmouth Brewery will soon make a donation to Global Fund for Women; I will announce Global Fund for Women's grand total after that check has been received.)
I'd like to publicly thank the following people and organizations for their generous donations of money, time, space, and/or services. Global Fund for Women and GirlVentures are wonderful nonprofits that champion equal and human rights for girls and women. By donating, you supported females all over the world. Again, with all our hearts, thank you.
Aubuchon Hardware Store (Moultonborough)
Tim and Valerie Charboneau
Robert and Janice Ellis
Henry Whipple House Bed and Breakfast
Richard and Susan Kipphut
Mount Washington Observatory, The
Mountain Wanderer, The
Portsmouth Brewery, The
Shaws Supermarket (Littleton)
Steve and Carol Smith
Styx Restaurant, The
Mark and Natalie Truman
Neal Brian Uy
And...the hundreds of people who bought raffle tickets last November and December!
This was our first time hiking for a cause -- but it will not be our last.
Coming even sooner (as in, tomorrow) -- Alex and Sage's Camino videos.
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