Kilimanjaro for Children with Cancer

At the age of 6 my daughter was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. She lost her hair. She partially lost her eyesight, and worse.  But this brave little girl wasnt giving up.  With the help of the hero's at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital paediatric oncology unit, she survived. At age 13 she went in to remission.  Today she is a graduate and works as a graphic designer and photographer. A beautiful, strong young woman of whom I am immensley proud.   And I have an immense debt of gratitude to the wonderful men and women working at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital.  This July, I am embarking on a journey to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro along with 7 other Adventurers #kilionpurpose, to raise awareness and in particular to support the provision of accomodation for children living with cancer at CHOC House.  Please give generously so that these little warriors can have a safe space filled with love and support.  And thank you!

a project by

William H Butler

Johannesburg, Gauteng, ZA

Adventure Capitalist | Writer | Poet | Mystic. In giving back we pursue our highest calling.

in support of

CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation SA

Support Children with Cancer

Johannesburg, Gauteng